I finished my last blog by asking a few questions. One was “how much does perception play into the status of the market?” Here is an article talking heavily on perception of the average consumer which fits great with previous discussion. Fla. consumer confidence jumps 3 points Good news about housing and stocks lifts Florida’s […]
I’ve been sending out market trends to my email list as well as posting articles on my Facebook group page and mentioning the numbers in previous blogs. The problem with sending these numbers is that without a historical reference of the real estate market, the numbers mean nothing. You have to know where you came from […]
July 23, 2009 — There are strange things beginning to happen as the real estate market begins to see signs of stabilization. After seeing nearly 3 years of residential inventories just a short time ago, we have slowly subsided to about 7 months of inventory in the Central Florida market. With this, prices have continued […]
ORLANDO, Fla. – Sept. 14, 2010 – A home office is a wonderful asset, so design it carefully. Here are some pointers to keep in mind: • Privacy is important. Choose a location as far away as possible from children’s play areas, the TV room, the kitchen and other hubs of family activity. • Do […]
08/11/2010 02:23 pm Research productivity, a measure of the amount of scholarly research conducted by university faculty members and subsequently published in peer-reviewed journals, is widely used as a basis for comparison when scrutinizing the academic quality of similar programs in different institutions of higher education. And according to one such ranking, the real estate […]
Just one week after reports of Existing Home Sales and New Home Sales plunging, the housing market is signaling that auturm may fare better than did summer. The number of homes under contract to sell rose 5 percent in July. The data comes from the July Pending Home Sales Index, as published by the National […]
By Les Christie, staff writer August 31, 2010: 9:53 AM ET NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Despite a recent spate of bad news coming out of the housing industry, home prices show signs of stabilizing. National home prices jumped a substantial 3.6% in the past year, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index released on Tuesday. […]
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