Tracy Tutor, the first female agent to ever dignify the show (Million Dollar Listing), resides in Los Angeles, California. She is currently looking to sell her adorable home. Her two-story home, which has 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a guest house,Continue reading… Tracy Tutor Is Selling Her Luxury Home For $24 Million
According to an annual report from the California Housing Partnership and the Southern California Association of Nonprofit Housing, Los Angeles County needs to construct 516,946 affordable homes to cope with the prevailing housing crisis or to meet the present demandContinue reading… How Many Affordable Homes Los Angeles Needs to Cope with Housing Crisis?
National Association of Realtors reported last week an unexpected fall in U.S. housing sales—this appeared as based on retail sales and industrial production dropped in April. Charlie Dougherty, an economist at Wells Fargo Securities in Charlotte, North Carolina, said, “AContinue reading… Drop Down in U.S. Housing Sales, Why?
Senate Bill 50 by Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), which was stalled in Appropriations Committee, is drawing attention nationwide, as it has been considered to presenting a way of tackling the affordability crisis of California’s housing. Its target is toContinue reading… A Tussle between Supporters and Opponents of Senate Bill 50
For more than a year ago, America’s real estate markets had been a heated topsy-turvy world for buyers because of constantly boost up of home prices. But then the last fall came the news of housing cool down, as expensiveContinue reading… Surprisingly Fall of Inflating Home Prices in the 5 Expensive Cities
Facebook is once again facing another headache as the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) filed a complaint against the social media giant. The complaint filed is related to the company’s advertising practices. A public investigation revealed thatContinue reading… Is Facebook Allowing Discriminating Ads?
The Midwest region is considered as one of the hottest housing markets across the country. In fact, it has been dominating the index of hottest housing markets for months now. The shift to the region is a strong indication ofContinue reading… Shortage in Houses and Cost of Energy Influence Price Increase in the Midwest
Although the unemployment rate in the country has significantly improved, this doesn’t make that much difference in the housing market in the country. Across the United States, individuals and families continue to experience the burden of housing cost. SmartAsset, aContinue reading… US’ List of Cities with Cost-Burdened Households
The US housing market has been one of the hottest markets across all industries for the past few years. This, however, is slowly changing as experts believe the market is starting to cool down. There are several factors that expertsContinue reading… Signs of Housing Market Cool Down
Although gross domestic product rose at an annual rate of 4.1%, economists see a red flag in the country’s economy in the form of the slowing down of the country’s housing market. The slowing down of the US housing marketContinue reading… Slow Down of US Housing Market, A Red Flag For The Economy?