July 2016 Market Report: Four Years of R

July 2016 Market Report: Four Years of Recovery, Still 4+ Percent Left to Go http://ow.ly/9Lft503R9LT

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The Simple Guide to Managing Your Email with the Asian Efficiency Email Workflow

Great simple rules for increasing your productivity. Real estate agents waste so much time processing emails that don’t need to be processed while missing important messages in the haze of an overwhelming inbox.

Comes Asian Efficiency with a great port explaining the “Two Minute┬áRule,” the “Touch it Once Rule,” and providing a basic email workflow. Plus, lots of free tools you can sign up. I recommend this strongly!

 

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Key Takeaways from the July Existing Hom

Key Takeaways from the July Existing Home Sales Report – July existing home sales fell 3.2 percent from June to 5.39 million units at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate (SAAR), slightly below expectations. Despite tight inventory, existing home sales have been surprisingly buoyant for much of 2016. But reality is catching up with the market as inventory approaches series lows. The median seasonally-adjusted price of existing homes sold in July was steady, just above $229… http://ow.ly/17hf503OP3i

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Key Takeaways from the July New Home Sal

Key Takeaways from the July New Home Sales Report – July new home sales rose 12.4 percent from June to 654,000 units (SAAR), according to the Census Bureau, the largest month-over-month increase in more than two years. New home sales reached their highest level since October 2007, but remain 53 percent below their pre-crisis peak recorded in July 2005. New home sales have beat expectations in each of the past nine straight months, suggesting a tangible turnaround from s… http://ow.ly/B7Pa503Mx9M

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July Home Sales Forecast: Is the Party O

July Home Sales Forecast: Is the Party Over? – Zillow expects existing home sales to fall 1.9 percent in July from June, to 5.46 million units at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), ending a string of four consecutive monthly gains. New home sales should fall 6.65 percent to 553,000 units (SAAR) after a stronger than expected June. Given the recent string of home sales beating forecasts, we view risks to the upside and would not be surprised if results are slightl… http://ow.ly/JMsJ503K6Sf

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Q2 2016 Negative Equity Report: Why Citi

Q2 2016 Negative Equity Report: Why Cities and Suburbs are only Sometimes Impacted Similarly http://ow.ly/4z2V503Csgg

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Urban Ascendant: Home Values in and Arou

Urban Ascendant: Home Values in and Around Washington, D.C. – Since the onset of the Great Recession, home value growth within the District of Columbia has outpaced home value growth in the D.C. suburbs. At the start of the Bush Administration, DC homes were worth 14 percent less than homes in the nearby suburbs; now they are worth 27 percent more. Since 2012, the historically less affluent Northeast and Southwest quadrants have led the District of Columbia in home valu… http://ow.ly/RWay503A3bJ

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What if the Housing Bubble Never Happene

What if the Housing Bubble Never Happened? – The median U.S. home remains 4.9 percent less valuable than it was at its peak in April 2007. In Denver, home values are 45 percent above their April 2007 values, while in Las Vegas they are still 30 percent below peak. If home values had grown steadily at historic rates, rather than boom and bust in the second half of last decade, the median U.S. home would be worth 26 percent more today than it actually is. If experts are c… http://ow.ly/s15o503xDon

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The Unconventional Mortgage: How Home Lo

The Unconventional Mortgage: How Home Loans Have Changed since 2000 http://ow.ly/JdFx503vfC1

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Renters by Choice or Circumstance? Many

Renters by Choice or Circumstance? Many Big-City Renters Earn Enough to Buy http://ow.ly/Xsb3503pYuP

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