Apartment List’s Renter Migration Report for Q1 2022 Recently we saw a report about where homebuyers want to live. Today, we’re looking at where renters are moving to & from. According to Apartment List’s latest Migration Report, migration of renters was impacted by one of the most significant societal shifts brought about by the COVID-19
For .7m, a Lexington split-level contemporary with a curvy kitchen and walls of glass The four-bed, three-bath home is on the market for the first time in 56 years. See more, and search the latest listings, at realestate.boston.com. The post For $ 1.7m, a Lexington split-level contemporary with a curvy kitchen and walls of glass
There are 10 fundamental steps to Real Estate investing found in all 5 real estate strategies. And I define them as the physical steps you must do in order, to close a deal. If YOU don’t know what to do next, you’ll never succeed in this business. This video is meant to be a beginner’s
FHA Gives Nonprofits & Owner-Occupant Buyers Priority Over Investors HousingWire is reporting that the FHA is giving nonprofit organizations and owner-occupant buyers first dibs on foreclosed properties that get auctioned off through its Claims Without Conveyance of Title (CWCOT) program, specifically prioritizing these groups over investors. According to the report, for the first 30 days,
10 homes for sale with great outdoor spaces to enjoy this summer From heated pools to decks to sport courts. Bring your sunscreen. | Continue reading or search the latest listings at realestate.boston.com. The post 10 homes for sale with great outdoor spaces to enjoy this summer appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Where Homebuyers Want to Live We’ve had a lot of posts about where people are moving to and from, as well as the reasons why. A recent report at Realtor.com took a look at search traffic to figure out where people wanted to move to and where they most wanted to leave. They used that