Suburbia: It has been a panacea and an expletive. Touted for affordability and maligned for automobile dependence, suburbia is a fact of life in the U.S.
Potential buyers want to increase their odds of acceptance by bidding on multiple homes, but they are frustrating sellers by driving legitimately interested buyers away.
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Those compelling, well-written emails you spent half a day composing? Good start, but they’re just one step in an important chain of events
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Current sales to the nation’s future are buoyed by connections to the past.
If you’re not using all possible resources to pursue everyone who has shown interest in your product, you need to start—today.
Bidders are making offers on multiple homes simultaneously to increase their odds of getting accepted.
Medium-size metros in Texas and the Mountain Time Zone are faring the best.
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A shrinking supply of starter homes does not necessarily mean rising home values around the country.
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A chief economist says he expects a loosening of the recent tight credit standards presumably caused by the “Know Before You Owe” rule.
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As November nears, more potential buyers are saying the election will make the housing market worse.
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To meet sales, marketing, and profit objectives, a firm grasp on a precise number isn’t just a good idea—it’s essential.