How Older Generations are Thriving in the Home Selling Market

How Older Generations are Thriving in the Home Selling Market

While the COVID-19 pandemic has had profound negative effects on a large variety of industries, the real estate market is currently booming. Homes are being sold at faster rates than in years past, and one particular age group is especially thriving in this market...
Post-Pandemic Cities for Homebuyers to Consider

Post-Pandemic Cities for Homebuyers to Consider

As the COVID-19 pandemic nears the end, many people have been thinking about making changes to their life post-pandemic. Many of these changes revolve around where they are currently living and if they would be better off moving to another city. If you’re one of...
Important Contingencies to Consider When Buying a Home

Important Contingencies to Consider When Buying a Home

Buying a home may be an exciting process, but it’s also one that is fraught with peril for first-time buyers. You must take certain steps to protect yourself while buying a home, especially considering making an offer. As such, it’s important to think...
How to Best Avoid an Offseason in Real Estate

How to Best Avoid an Offseason in Real Estate

Winter in the U.S. real estate market is an indicator of a slow season for many agents. However, a real estate offseason typically happens inside one’s mindset. Some utilize all the tools available to succeed even during such hard times. The following tips can help...
How Zoning Shaped New York’s Skyline

How Zoning Shaped New York’s Skyline

Things were out of control in New York City even back in 1913. The naughty, new skyscraper (40-stories) being constructed at 120 Broadway in Lower Manhattan had broken all the rules and was partly to blame. The Equitable Building was considered a...