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The housing inventory plaguing many markets across the country is bad news for both homebuyers and investors alike. While homebuyers are reluctant to let go of their single family home dream (the detached single-family home made up 82% of all homes purchased, according to research by the National Association of Realtors), from an affordability perspective,…


Syracuse, N.Y. — Aaliyah Rowell walks into the front room of her family’s Syracuse apartment with her backpack on and shoes tied. The 6-year-old holds a basket of Barbies and princess dolls. She is ready to go. She is being evicted. This is the second time in six months that Rowell and her family are…


The rental applicant credit risk has declined for the fifth straight year which “indicates a decline in tenant risk, which could suggest the rental market will see an uptick in profitable lease activity,” according to a new report from CoreLogic. The 2019 Rental Applicant Risk (RAR) Report found the credit quality of prospective property renters in the…


Selling a house can be a nightmarish task, but don’t worry! We’ve consulted top property experts to help you sell your home at its top value with as little renovation work as possible. These exterior painting tips can make a world of difference! Why curb appeal is important In a 2019 analysis of homes sold by Zillow,…


A controversial Detroit landlord and real estate investor paid $300,000 early this year amid allegations of housing discrimination against people with children in violation of federal law. Dennis Kefallinos, in federal court documents, denies running afoul of fair housing law — and says he regularly rents to people with children. However, he agreed to the…


Classic apartment marketing is becoming just that. What once was considered as being the four cornerstones of sales pitches – the 4Ps of product, price, place and promotion – are being transformed by those digital devices that consumers hold dear to their hearts, and hands in a new way. Smartphones and tablets continue to define…


A bill that would impose a statewide rent cap and restrict evictions moved forward Tuesday, marking a victory for advocates who so far have been struggling to pass legislation aimed at easing the state’s housing crisis. Assembly Bill 1482, which would restrict rent increases on certain properties to an average of about 10 percent a…


U.S. Energy Information Administration Administrator Linda Capuano told the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Subcommittee in the U.S. House of Representatives in February that the U.S. energy industry is in a transformational time. She punctuated that statement by noting that, for the first time in almost 70 years, the U.S. will be exporting more energy…


MINNEAPOLIS — Built on the underpinning of a housing crisis in Minneapolis, the city’s 4D program is seeing widespread engagement aimed at retaining affordable housing. The 4D program offers tax reductions for property owners who agree to maintain naturally occurring affordable housing, or NOAH. Since its inception last year, the program has enrolled 770 rental…


Ideally, you’ll be able to save up enough cash to remodel without borrowing. But this isn’t realistic for many people. It’s often necessary to finance the purchase through a home equity loan, personal loan, or another type of borrowing. If you’re considering taking out a loan, putting a remodel on a credit card, or otherwise financing an…

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