Current Market Data

Rent increases down in Miami in April

Rent increases down in Miami in April


A new report that rent is still rising, but by much less in most cities, as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Unprecedented times create extraordinary demands

Unprecedented times create extraordinary demands


The coronavirus pandemic is changing how people think about housing, technology and location, three elements that are critical to the real estate industry. Find out what four experts see on the horizon.

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Purchase applications up 13% in Florida

Purchase applications up 13% in Florida


Economists with the Mortgage Bankers Association predict mortgage rates will remain low for the next couple of years, though there is at least one scenario under which they could rise more quickly.

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Redfin: Over half of big-city dwellers working from home want out

Redfin: Over half of big-city dwellers working from home want out


More than half of those working remotely said they would leave the city if they didn’t have to go into an office.

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NAR survey: Buyers want home offices, yards and larger residences

NAR survey: Buyers want home offices, yards and larger residences


The National Association of Realtors’ weekly flash survey numbers are in and appear to…

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Fear of selling driven by economy, COVID-19 concerns

Fear of selling driven by economy, COVID-19 concerns


Fannie Mae’s latest survey finds that, while many more Americans say it’s a bad time to jump into the housing market, they’re more worried about the overall economy than they are about the security of real estate investments overall.

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Lifestyle adjustments from COVID-19 will change homebuyer preferences

Lifestyle adjustments from COVID-19 will change homebuyer preferences


NAR’s vice president of demographics and behavioral insights says rising preference away from metro areas could be a boon to smaller cities.

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Surveys show buyers, sellers and landlords are adjusting to a new normal

Surveys show buyers, sellers and landlords are adjusting to a new normal


Fewer buyers were delaying their home search by the end of April, according to NAR surveys.

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Big dip in pending sales hasn’t touched prices

Big dip in pending sales hasn’t touched prices


NAR projects home sales will decline 14% in 2020, but prices will likely remain steady and may even hit a record high this year.

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Consumer confidence marks largest drop ever, though long-term view still positive

Consumer confidence marks largest drop ever, though long-term view still positive


The numbers are starting to pour in, and they’re certainly not pretty, but a hopeful public looks ahead to brighter days.

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