Where To Invest In Housing In 2017

~ click on the link below for the complete article you can click through from Forbes ~<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1494993704116832&ev=PageView&noscript=1" /> Where To Invest In Housing In 2017 <img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1494993704116832&ev=PageView&noscript=1" /> Whether looking for a place to live or a property to rent out for yield, every home buyer wants to … Continue reading Where To Invest In Housing In 2017

The 25 Suburbs Where Millennials Are Moving

~ Riverside #1 FTW!! Heck yeah. Love my city 😉 ~ The 25 Suburbs Where Millennials Are Moving Thousands of millennials are moving to the suburbs of Riverside, Calif., San Antonio, Texas and Orlando, Fla. The burbs of those three metro areas saw the greatest growth in the number of adults aged 25 to 34 … Continue reading The 25 Suburbs Where Millennials Are Moving

2017’s Happiest Places to Live

2017’s Happiest Places to Live The pursuit of happiness is an unalienable right of all people. The U.S. Declaration of Independence makes that very clear. But as everyone discovers at some point, happiness is not so easy to achieve — unless, perhaps, you’re in a place where it is not only a state of being … Continue reading 2017’s Happiest Places to Live

More home sales are failing to close

More home sales are failing to close Posted by Carrie B. Reyes | Mar 6, 2017 | Home Sales, Real Estate News | 0 | Nationally, 3.9% of home sales failed to close in 2016, compared to 2.1% in 2015, according to Trulia. Homes which changed status from pending or active contingent back to for … Continue reading More home sales are failing to close

The Happiest (and Most Miserable) Cities in America

~ Well, the bad news is none of the Inland Empire's and only one (yay San Diego!) of Southern California's cities made it into the "best" list. The good news is we also didn't make it into the "worst" list ~ The Happiest (and Most Miserable) Cities in America   <img alt="Smile" class="StretchedBox W(100%) H(100%) … Continue reading The Happiest (and Most Miserable) Cities in America

2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

Fitness 2017

~ I think that San Bernardino & Riverside can do better, but at least we are not the worst ~ 2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle Jan 5, 2017  |  Richie Bernardo, Senior Writer 2,178 SHARES There’s a reason why bodybuilding experts invented the concept of “cheat day”: Even the fittest of the fit … Continue reading 2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

Home Prices Outpace Salaries, Again

Home Prices Outpace Salaries, Again Salaries are having a hard time keeping pace with home prices, even as prices continue to decline in many metro areas across the country, a group recently found. The research website HSH.com released an analysis in February that used industry data to track the relationship between salaries and prices in … Continue reading Home Prices Outpace Salaries, Again

Hispanic Homeownership Up for Second Year Running

  Hispanic Homeownership Up for Second Year Running Author: Aly J. Yale in Data, Headlines, News February 6, 2017 0 Though overall U.S. homeownership rates are at their lowest level in decades, amongst Hispanics, rates of homeownership are actually on the rise. According to data recently released from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate … Continue reading Hispanic Homeownership Up for Second Year Running

FHFA to increase mortgage limits

FHFA to increase mortgage limits Posted by ft Editorial Staff | Dec 15, 2016 | Finance and Mortgages, Latest Articles, Real Estate News | 0 | The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently announced it is increasing maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2017. This marks the … Continue reading FHFA to increase mortgage limits

Look Who’s Driving the U.S. Housing Market

Look Who’s Driving the U.S. Housing Market By Patrick Clark 7 hours ago Not very long ago, it was fashionable to ask if millennials would ever crawl out of their parents’ basements and into a realtor’s office. Enthusiasm for that view, which had gained wide exposure by 2012, lost steam as mortgages got easier to come by … Continue reading Look Who’s Driving the U.S. Housing Market