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Real Estate Deep Dive May 6th, 2022 – Why This Housing Market Is Not a Bubble Ready To Pop

Today on the Real Estate Deep Dive we are taking a look at why this housing market is not a bubble ready to pop. Today’s market is very different from the market during the last housing crisis. We are going to review how and touch on what many of the ...

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Real Estate Deep Dive April 21st, 2022 – Keeping an Eye on Some Interesting Trends.

Today on the Real Estate Deep Dive we are taking a look at some interesting trends in the DFW housing market. Is there a shift coming? What metrics should we be watching? #dfwrealestate #dfwhousing #realestatemarket #housingmarket #shift #keymetrics #deepdive #realestatedeepdive ...

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The Average Homeowner Gained More Than $55K in Equity over the Past Year

If you’re a current homeowner, you should know your net worth just got a big boost. It comes in the form of rising home equity. Equity is the current value of your home minus what you owe on the loan. Today, you’re building that equity far faster than you may expect – ...

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Did Your Dream Home Just Come on the Market?

For the first time in a long time, the number of newly listed homes is beginning to rise. In their latest monthly release, realtor.com reveals the number of existing homes entering the market has increased for two months in a row (this comes after six months of declines). Here’s a graph showing the ...

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How To Navigate a Market Where Multiple Offers Is the New Normal

If you’re thinking of buying a home today, you already know that the number of homes available for sale is low. But what does that really mean for you? As a buyer, low housing supply coupled with high buyer demand means you should be prepared to navigate a highly competitive market where homes sell fast and ...

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4 Simple Graphs Showing Why This Is Not a Housing Bubble

A recent survey revealed that many consumers believe there’s a housing bubble beginning to form. That feeling is understandable, as year-over-year home price appreciation is still in the double digits. However, this market is very different than it was during the housing crash 15 years ago. Here are four key reasons why ...

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