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Our guest today is top-producing agent Elizabeth Riley! Elizabeth is a graduate of Texas A&M University and holds a degree in Marketing. Prior to 14 years in real estate, Elizabeth worked for Dell Computer Corporation in Austin, Texas where she ranked #1 overall in college recruiting. Want To Learn More? Text EXP to 31996 She also worked for one of Trilogy’s...
MIT’s Living Wage Calculator points to the minimum amount of income necessary for a family of 3 to meet their basic needs without having to rely upon other people or programs for assistance and without having to get into poverty. In addition to factoring in housing and grocery costs, MIT included fundamentals such as childcare costs, health insurance, basic clothing,...
ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest Home Affordability Index indicated that affordability in Q4 2018 stood at its lowest level since Q3 2008. In just one year, from last year to this, affordability dropped -15%. ATTOM targeted 12 cities as being in housing bubble danger. Below are the rankings by the gap between the annual increase in home prices and the annual...
Ready to take that part-time real estate career and turn it into a full-time success story? Many part-time agents are happy to keep full-time jobs, but many more have done the math & realized that their income potential is far greater if they transition into real estate full-time. Here are 15 steps to help you do it! 1 TIMING: If you...
According to the latest US Census Bureau data, the number of people moving to small towns is most definitely on the rise. Realtor.com has been researching small town population growth for three years running now. To find the “best” of those growing small towns, realtor.com factored in data points such as… Median list price on realtor.com Low unemployment rates Low...
  http://knight-frank-luxury-onvestment-index-classic-car-special-q2-2018-5812.pdf Dreaming of becoming an internationally recognized specialist in luxury residential advisory services? You might want to take a look at what Knight Frank, a London-based global property and wealth advisory service, is doing and how this firm communicates its expertise. Knight Frank connects “people and property, perfectly” via its Global Prime Office. Foundational to its vision, Knight Frank is dedicated...
California homebuyers have had a reprieve from higher home prices in the last few months but that reprieve, at least in Bay Area home prices, is now past tense. According to CoreLogic, median home sale prices shot up +4.9% y/y in January 2019. This price explosion sidelined many prospective buyers and overall sales volume in the Bay Area plummeted -12.8%....
Ready to take that part-time real estate career and turn it into a full-time success story? Many part-time agents are happy to keep full-time jobs, but many more have done the math & realized that their income potential is far greater if they transition into real estate full-time. Here are 15 steps to help you do it! 1 TIMING: If you...
We’ve seen the recent “Bloomberg List of America’s Most Expensive Towns in Every State.” Now it’s time to see the “List of Least Expensive Towns in Every State”, according to the US Census Bureau’s lastest American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS pulls data from 2013-2017 estimates in towns with at least 500 owner-occupied housing units with mortgages. The least expensive...
A new VeroFORECAST just released for Q4 2018 predicts that 18 housing markets in the US will ride the bottom wave in home value depreciation by the end of December 2019. This is twice the number of depreciating housing markets VeroFORECAST predicted in Q3 2018. These 18 housing markets predicted to drop in terms of home values by the end...
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