Majority of Realtors® Say Clients Interested in Sustainability

Growing consumer interest and demand for greener, more sustainable properties is driving a dialogue between Realtors® and homebuyers and sellers. Over half of Realtors® find that consumers have interest in real estate sustainability issues and practices, according to the National Association of Realtors®’ recent REALTORS® and Sustainability report.   The report, stemming from NAR’s new […]

Why More Single–Family Homes Are Becoming Rentals

According to a recent study from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Research Institute for Housing America, 6.5 percent of homes built before 2000 and 10.3 percent of homes built in the 1990s went from owner-occupied to rental status. Read more about the factors influencing this transition at http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2017/02/14/study-more-owner-occupied-homes-becoming-rentals

Single Women Are Buying Homes at Twice the Rate of Single Men… Here’s Why!

Single women are outpacing single men in the United States when it comes to home ownership.  You might call it, “Skip the spouse, buy the house!” Single women now account for 17 percent of homebuyers in the United States versus 7 percent of single men. The following article looks at the reasons behind this trend:  […]