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What’s Up With Housing?

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Check out the slideshow for which ZIP codes saw the most homes sell, as well as the average and sale prices for each ZIP code.
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The short answer: No, according to a JPMorgan study. Sharp housing price corrections are rare, they say, even after a large run-up in home prices.
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Tesla Installs First Solar Roofs
The roofs were first announced last October, with online orders beginning in May. The carmaker’s new solar roof tiles are made to resemble regular roofing.
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Homeownership Rate Rebounds from 50-Year Low
Good news for Real Estate… The U.S. homeownership rate may have finally bottomed out, as the share of Americans who own homes is steadily climbing.
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Florida Consumer Confidence Rises 1.5 Points in July
Consumer sentiment among Floridians hit its second-highest level since 2002. Of the five components that make up the index, three increased and two decreased.

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What’s Up With Housing This Week?

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34th Street CorridorDevelopers Say St Pete’s 34th Street Corridor is Brimming with Economic Potential.
In the past, this thoroughfare has long been known as a busy yet unappealing stretch of commercial roadway.

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Rising Home Prices2 Out of 3 Buyers Believe Home Prices Will Rise
A Gallup poll finds that 61% of U.S. adults expect home prices to continue rising over the next six months – a new high for the annual survey.
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Housing Bubble? No!3 Reasons the Housing Market is NOT in a Bubble…
Mortgage lending standards are appropriate, new construction is below what is necessary and home prices haven’t even recovered. It appears fears of a housing bubble are over-exaggerated.
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Tesla's Solar Roof TilesTesla’s Solar Roof Tile Systems Hit the Market
The company is taking $1,000 deposits on the virtually “invisible” systems, which it will begin installing next month.The company offers an “infinity” warranty on its tiles that integrate solar power into roof coverings. Tesla has published a web tool that can estimate costs and savings.

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First-Time HomebuyersTampa Bay is Nation’s Second Best Metro for First-Time Homebuyers.
For first- time homebuyers, you can’t beat the Orlando and Tampa Bay areas. Despite steadily rising prices, both are relatively affordable compared to the West Coast and Northeast at a time when nearly half of all buyers are first-timers.
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