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NAACP and NAREB announce partnership to increase black homeownership

NAACP and NAREB announce partnership to increase black homeownership


The two organizations joined together to provide members the resources and tools that will help more African Americans purchase homes.

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Miami transplants are moving in search of better neighborhoods

Miami transplants are moving in search of better neighborhoods


While the pursuit of new or better employment prospects normally motivates people to take on a long-distance move, recent data suggests that Americans may now be more inclined to relocate for housing related reasons.

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How to sound smarter next time you’re asked about recession risk

How to sound smarter next time you’re asked about recession risk


A Federal Reserve economist breaks down some of the more common misconceptions about the chance of recession in 2020 and offers thoughts on how real estate pros can be better consumers of economic data.

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Kitchen renovations surge, but so do prices

Kitchen renovations surge, but so do prices


As your clients look ahead to possibly listing in spring, make sure you understand what’s causing remodeling costs to increase so rapidly and how homeowners are adjusting in response.

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How the rent vs. buy calculation has changed in Miami

How the rent vs. buy calculation has changed in Miami


Looking at real estate data over the last decade, some clear trends emerge in terms of costs, demographics and housing stock. See how this has impacted the market in the Miami area.

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Florida is winning the state-to-state migration game

Florida is winning the state-to-state migration game


Though fewer and fewer Americans are moving, real estate professionals in Miami can take comfort in the idea that national migration patterns are still working in their favor.

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Miami home prices overvalued, according to CoreLogic

Miami home prices overvalued, according to CoreLogic


Also included in the report is the finding that millennials are generally unconcerned about qualifying for a home loan.

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Loan limit increase good news for Miami homebuyers

Loan limit increase good news for Miami homebuyers


Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan limits will be raised to more than half a million dollars.

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Miami home prices rebound in September, following national trend

Miami home prices rebound in September, following national trend


The rebound could mean an accelerating market nationwide.

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Housing starts up in the South – the sole region to show gains

Housing starts up in the South – the sole region to show gains


Two percent jump in housing starts nationwide could mean lower chance of recession

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