Could some of the most in-demand housing markets be cooling off?
New Home Sales
For avid golfers Jill and Dennis Skidmore, their new home at Inverness at Gregg's Landing is a dream come true.
Inverness at Gregg's Landing offers all the conveniences of a condominium in the city,except that it's a suburban subdivision of single-family homes.
After Lloyd and Cherlyn Lowe's children moved out of their house on Chicago's south side,the couple contemplated their first home purchase in 25 years.
Wendy and Alan Smith bought their new home almost by accident.
In Simsbury, Conn., just northwest of Hartford, a 31-unit cluster development called Summerfield in attracting empty nesters and retirees in search of low-maintenance living.
Ever since the very first baby boomer turned 50 in 1996, the building industry has been struggling with the dilemma of how to prepare for this huge wave of potential new home buyers when their nexts begin to empty.
DeLuca Enterprises Inc., Newtown, Pa., shows its appreciation to realtors who bring them potential customers by giving away trips to overseas destinations in drawings held four times a year.