Source CNN Money – Real Estate
- Why you want Amazon to be your new neighbor
Amazon has announced a list of 20 cities as potential locations for its second headquarters. The winner is likely to see a significant boost to its real estate market. […]
- 3 ways tax reform will hit home values
The freshly-passed tax code could be a drag on home values. […]
- Homeowners: Here's what's in the tax bill for you
Homeowners would be able to deduct interest on the first $750,000 of a new mortgage under the final tax bill -- down from the current $1 million threshold. […]
- For many, the rent is still too damn high
Rental affordability has improved, but for many renters it's still a struggle to make ends meet. […]
- This is how long it takes to sell a house
It's a sellers market, which means wanna-be homeowners have to be move fast when a home hits the market. […]
Source – Housing Wire
- Who are the most influential mortgage and real estate professionals on Twitter?
Late last night, HousingWire's Twitter account asked the following question: Who are the most influential mortgage and real estate professionals on Twitter? Here's how the Internet responded. Be advised: The answers may surprise you as much as they surprised us. […]
- Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: What a government shutdown means for housing
Well, in case you didn’t hear it over the weekend (and if you didn’t, good for you for being able to fully unplug), the government shut down at 12:01 a.m. Eastern on Saturday after Republicans and Democrats were unable to come to an agreement to keep the government funded and functioning. Here's what it means for housing. […]
- 4 ways to capture multicultural sales in 2018
[Op-Ed] Leading companies are using multicultural marketing strategies on the front line as part of their total market strategy. The ones who are effective are not simply translating their flyers or adding diversity to their ads. Through their marketing efforts and customer experience, the best companies are reflecting the country’s shift in cultural norms and expectations to connect with today’s diverse consumers. […]
- New housing voices on Capitol Hill will reshape industry’s future
[Op-Ed] What we all knew would happen has finally happened — the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray, has stepped down and has been replaced with a person more aligned with the current administration. It’s what always happens when there’s a change of power. But Cordray’s replacement is just one of several new voices on Capitol Hill that are about to reshape housing policy as we know it. […]
- What could attract nearly 200 female mortgage execs to Dallas today?
The NEXT conference is the first of its kind and focuses on women who are C-suite and senior execs in mortgage lending. The show kicked off to a promising start, despite cold temperatures and a much-rowdier conference being hosted by Whole Foods across the hall. […]
Source – HouseLogic
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