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What’s New With Housing?

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Zelman & Associates forecasts strong single-family growth for the next 30 months or more. Even in a scenario that includes a broader economic downturn within that time period, housing activity would continue to show resilience, with little risk of a severe impact.
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The ACE appraisal waiver will save eligible condo borrowers about $500 in fees and allow them to close 7-10 days faster, Freddie Mac says.
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Closings: 6 Things Buyers Must Do Before They Move In.
Contingencies, clear titles, disclosures, mortgage approvals, walk-throughs and tons of paperwork? It’s a bit of journey moving from contract to closing.
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When it comes to decorating your home, the bathroom should never be overlooked – it’s important that it performs its functional duties whilst maintaining a feeling of comfort.
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As developers today, we’re adopting more aspects of placemaking—a collaborative effort to strengthen the connection between people and the places they share, to help transform spaces into places that serve as an extension of the neighborhood.
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What’s Up With Housing?

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Affordability and inventory is bleak, but rising interest rates and home prices signal a strong economy.
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The Pinellas real estate market is continuing to see a trend of higher sale prices and a shrinking inventory for both the Single Family and Townhome/Condo segments. The Median Sale Price for Townhomes/Condos was up 14.4% in March 2017. The Median Sale Price for Single Family Homes was up by 8.7% from last year.
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If consumer spending is the grease that moves an economy, the U.S. should keep growing for at least the next six months – the number of survey respondents who expect a loss of income over that timeframe hit an 18-year low.
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More wealthy people seem interested in a Fla. home – and the state’s lack of an income tax – now that the IRS caps local and state tax deductibility at $10,000.
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Public art can spark revitalization in struggling neighborhoods and turn vacant land into a place where people want to live, work and play.