Category Archives: National Housing Market Trends


Why Smaller Homes Are In Demand

Big Demand for Smaller Homes Movies, tv shows, and celebrities often have us dreaming of owning large homes, but the reality for most people is quite different. Smaller homes are in demand in today’s real estate market. Since 2015, the square footage of newly built houses has been shrinking, according to Yahoo Finances. This is not […]












Relationship Status of First Time Homebuyers

What is the Relationship Status of First Time Homebuyers? Have you ever wondered about the relationship status of first time homebuyers?  Probably not, but since it’s Valentine’s Day today why not check into the relationship status of who’s buying homes? According to the National Association of REALTORS most recent Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers, married couples once again […]


Tax Reform and Housing Reference Guide

Tax Reform and Housing Reference Guide Disclaimer: This tax reform and housing reference guide is not meant to be a resource for tax advice but instead a resource for basic information concerning only certain aspects of the new tax code and how they may impact the real estate market. You should get tax advice from […]






The Truth Behind the Rent vs Buy Debate

In a blog post published last Friday, CNBC’s Diana Olnick reported on the latest results of the FAU Buy vs. Rent Index. The index examines the entire US housing market and then isolates 23 major markets for comparison. The researchers at FAU use a “‘horse race’ comparison between an individual that is buying a home […]