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Not All Millennials Are The Same

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A recent study by the National Association of Realtors reveals that millennials are the generation that is most likely to use agents. This is good news, as millennials are now the biggest population of buyers in the United States. However, millennials face newfound adversity: massive student loan debt, higher unemployment rates, and an overall struggling economy. A recent article from the LA Times elaborates on how California is one of the  …

New NAR Study Profiles Real Estate Industry

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Last week, the NAR released a lengthy study delving into the state of the real estate industry. Their findings are both eye-opening and crucial reading for any agent or broker who wants to keep their finger on the market’s pulse. Check out the infographic below for a look at the report’s highlights–or, if you’re feeling really ambitious, read the report in full here. Infographic courtesy of realtor.org. …

First-Time Buyers Cause Spike in Existing-Home Sales

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Over the past few years, first-time homebuyers have been inundated with bad news, bad luck, and bad everything else. Finally, though, things have taken a turn for the good. The share of first-time buyers who purchased homes in June 2016 was the highest recorded in four years (since July 2012!), according to the latest National Association of Realtors’ Existing-Home Sales report. For the first half of the year, first-time buyers made …