Millennials And The Housing Market

Millennials And The Housing Market

It’s no surprise that the rate of first time home buyers has been steadily declining for some time now. There’s a variety of factors contributing to the lack of under-35 buyers we’re seeing out in the market. Student debt, a change in family dynamics, and pure...
Affordable Living, Where Are People Relocating?

Affordable Living, Where Are People Relocating?

With the rising cost of living in the country’s major cities of the Northeast, people are looking to start the lives elsewhere. When most people move away from a city, justifiable due to the overwhelming costs, they’re looking for more or less similar amenities with...
The New Strategy Behind Flipping Houses

The New Strategy Behind Flipping Houses

In a recent article by Brian Kline, Kline discusses the new strategy that investors have when looking for a house to flip. The market today is very much a sellers market, much in part to the increased popularity in flipping houses. So where inventories on investment...
What’s A Proper Gift For Your Client?

What’s A Proper Gift For Your Client?

During the holidays many us have a million and one gift we have to get and often times it’s difficult to think of the right gift. In fact, it can be more difficult shopping for a family member, someone you know the best, than a client you’ve known for a mere month....
An All Time Low For First-Time Home Buyers

An All Time Low For First-Time Home Buyers

2015 marks an all-time low percentage of first-time home buyers. According to cnbc.com first-time home buyers made up only 32% of sales, the lowest in over three decades. So what’s causing such a substantial decrease in buyers? In what many would argue, a favorable...