As 2017 comes to a close in just three short weeks, we take a look at the past and the present of real estate. What real estate markets were successful in 2017 and what real estate markets should you be looking at in 2018? Here’s a round up of our favorite articles of the week.
The proposed Republican tax reform legislation will have lasting effects on homeowners, homebuyers and housing in DC and across the country. The US House and Senate each have their own versions of the bill, so let’s discuss some of the primary provisions… Read Full Article Here
Inventory constraints that have fueled a sharp rise in home prices and made it difficult for buyers to gain a foothold in the market will begin to ease next year as part of broad and continued market improvements….Read Full Article Here
When compared to East Coast cities with a population over 300,000, Washington, D.C., had the second highest number of home sales over $1 million in the past three years, surpassed only by New York. According to PropertyShark, the nation’s capital closed 2,279 multimillion dollar sales, while New York had 31,613 multimillion sales...Read Full Article Here
The five most active housing markets in the country are expected to have sales volumes nearly double the national average during the fourth quarter, according to Attom Data Solutions...Read Full Article Here
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Everyone loves predicting the future. What awesome surprises will the coming year hold for us in high-profile political scandals or wildly inappropriate workplace behavior? Who's going to win the Oscars, the Super Bowl, or Miss America (go, Connecticut!). When on earth is the final season of "Game of Thrones" going to start, anyway? But truth be told, we've got all of this soothsaying beat by a mile: We're setting our sights on prognosticating which housing markets will soar to new heights in 2018...Read Full Article Here