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The top 5 wallpaper mistakes your clients must avoid at all costs

Before your seller starts a mini-renovation or your buyer makes plans for a fixer-upper, here are the top wallpaper crimes they absolutely mustn't commit.
Tags: Design, Lifestyle, Wallpaper, Radio, Painting Tips, Home Design, Design Mistakes, Design Fails, Design Trends, Select,, The Spruce, 2020 Design Trends

Existing-home sales continue to rise for fifth consecutive month: NAR

Existing-home sales in October 2020 were up 4.3 percent from the previous month, and up 26.6 percent from one year ago, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Mortgage Rates, Inventory, NAR, Lawrence Yun, Markets & Economy, Select,, Home Prices, Danielle Hale, National Association of Realtors (NAR, Nar Existing Home Sales, Median Home Prices

Top 10 suburbs where you can get the biggest bang for your buck

These suburbs boast the best size-to-price ratio in the United States — where buyers can get more home for less, according to a new analysis by released Monday.
Tags: Analysis, Lifestyle, Markets & Economy, News Brief, BHHS Fox & Roach Realtors Moorestown, Danielle Hale, Joseph Rivera,, Rose Mancuso Team Keller Williams Realty, Rosemary Mancuso

October housing starts reach highest level since 2007

New residential construction increased 14.2 percent year over year in October, marking six consecutive months of annual gains, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Tags: Radio, Hud, Nerdwallet, US Census Bureau, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Markets & Economy, Select,, Housing Starts, Mortgage Bankers Assocation, New Residential Construction, October housing starts

What a vaccine could mean for the US housing market and real estate

An effective vaccine could mean a spike in interest rates and return to some pricy metro markets, economists and agents told Inman.
Tags: New York City, Uncategorized, US, San Francisco, Radio, Agent, Vaccine, Compass, Redfin, Markets & Economy, Select,, Danielle Hale, Daryl Fairweather, Warburg Realty, Coronavirus

Rocket CEO: Agent response to new tech platform is ‘overwhelming’

Jay Farner predicted Rocket Pro Insight would have a real estate agent client base of more than 15,000 by the end of the year.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Mortgage, Agents, Quicken Loans, Quicken, Select,, Rocket Mortgage, Jay Farner, Rocket Companies, Rocket Pro Insight® October Housing Report: Homes Sell Even Faster While Buyers Pay Summer Prices

– Improvement in newly listed homes could indicate relief ahead for weary buyers – Homes sold 13 days faster than last year, one day faster than September – Home prices remain fixed at summer’s peak of $350,000 – Total number of homes on the market declined, but the drop in new listings slowed nationally and new listings even increased in some markets Santa Clara, CA – Nov. 5, 2020 (PRNewswire) The U.S. housing market continued to near record levels in October, thwarting the usual fa...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, News, Virginia, Los Angeles, Radio, West, Philadelphia, Houston, News Corp, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, SAN JOSE Calif, Northeast, Diego, Nashville Tenn

Homes sold faster in October than September for first time since 2011

For the first time in nine years, homes sold faster in October than September as low-interest rates continue to unlock pent-up buyer demand.
Tags: Radio, Markets & Economy, Select,, Home Prices, Home Sales, Danielle Hale, Days On Market, Fall Homebuying Season

Who does Zillow fear? Not who you think

A 33-year old commercial real estate data company is scratching at the door of online residential real estate and could be on the scene by next year.
Tags: Technology, Opinion, Radio, Compass, Columns, Zillow, Rentals, Keller Williams, Realogy, Select,, Rich Barton, Opendoor, Andrew Florance, Costar® Weekly Housing Report: Home Buyers Stand to Benefit from New Listings Trend Improvement

— Newly listed homes show greatest improvement since March — The number of homes on the market remains at record lows as they sell 14 days faster than a year ago — Asking prices continue to accelerate as buyers face 11 consecutive weeks of double-digit growth — Data suggests the U.S. housing market is moving toward more balance Santa Clara, CA – Oct. 29, 2020 (PRNewswire) Despite the continued trend of record low inventory and unheard of price gains, the long overdue seasonal slowdow...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Radio, Houston, Kansas City, News Corp, Santa Clara, Albuquerque, Tulsa Okla, COLUMBUS Ohio, Baton Rouge, Akron Ohio, Salt Lake City Utah, Fresno Calif, Raleigh N C, Richmond VA

Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky lists California estate for $22.9M

Gretzky and his wife Janet built the home in 2002, sold it in 2007, then rebought the home several years later after a former owner lost it to bankruptcy.
Tags: California, Listings, Radio, Luxury, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, Edmonton Oilers, Janet, The Los Angeles Times, Wayne Gretzky, Gretzky, Oilers Entertainment Group,, Lenny Dykstra, The Agency, Arvin Haddad

In light of Google lawsuit, are monopolies lurking in the real estate industry?

On Tuesday, the U.S. Justice Department accused Google of illegally protecting its monopoly over search and search advertising. It begs the question, are there real estate monopolies?
Tags: Google, Opinion, Radio, Columns, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, NAR, U S Justice Department, National Association of Realtors, Brokerage, Select,, Christopher Moehrl

Spurred by builder confidence, housing starts rally in September

Privately owned housing starts rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.41 million, up 1.9 percent from an August estimate, according to the US Census Bureau.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Markets & Economy, Select,, New Construction, Housing Starts, Builder Confidence, George Ratiu, Low Inventory, U.S. Census Bureau, Coronavirus Pandemic, New Single Family Homes

Most Americans who believe their home is haunted don’t care enough to move

A survey by showed that 62 percent of respondents would be unlikely to purchase a home that was rumored to be haunted. However, 56 percent who believe their current home is haunted have not thought about moving.
Tags: Lifestyle, Analysis, Radio, West, Agent, Spirits, South, Seniors, Midwest, Northeast,, Haunted Homes® Survey Finds Ghosts and Goblins Don’t Have Homeowners Hanging a For Sale Sign

Most who believe their house is haunted are perfectly fine with a few bumps in the night Santa Clara, CA – Oct. 14, 2020 (PRNewswire) Haunted houses are popular attractions this time of year, but most Americans say they wouldn’t consider living in one. However, a majority of those who believe they currently live in a home that is haunted say the spooky happenings they’ve experienced are not reason enough to move, according to®‘s annual Halloween survey released today. (PRNewsfot...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Radio, West, News Corp, South, Midwest, Northeast, Santa Clara CA, National Association of Realtors, Real Estate News,, Move Inc, NWS NWSLV, Janice McDill, Lexie Holbert

Median home prices see greatest annual growth since 2017

The U.S. median home price stayed near its summer peak of $350,000 and hit record-high year-over-year growth of 12.9 percent, according to
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Markets & Economy,, Homebuyers, Housing Market Recovery, Danielle Hale, New Listings, Homesellers, Median Home Prices, Median Home Price Growth, COVID-19

Get a look inside LeBron James’ new $37M mansion

In the thick of NBA playoffs, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James recently closed the deal on a $36.75 million LA mansion.
Tags: Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Nba, National Basketball Association, Cleveland Cavaliers, Lebron James, Los Angeles Lakers, Howard Hughes, Katharine Hepburn, News Brief,, Charles Boyer, Hilton & Hyland, Richard Hilton, The Real Deal

September is no longer the best month to buy a home

Widespread low inventory and skyrocketing demand from cooped-up buyers has led to an unusually competitive fall homebuying season, according to a new report.
Tags: Boston, Radio, Cambridge, Camden, Philadelphia, Newton, Cincinnati, Wilmington, Markets & Economy, Select,, Danielle Hale, Low Inventory, Days On Market, Buyer Competition, New Listings Activity, Rocket Mortgage announce new partnership

Homebuyers using interested in getting pre-approved through a mortgage will see advertising from Rocket Mortgage, which will allow that consumer to connect directly with the latter's online application.
Tags: Technology, Mortgages, Radio, Mortgage, Move, Quicken, Select,, Rocket Mortgage, Jay Farner, Opcity, Ben Rubenstein, Rocket Homes

Former Move industry relations exec sues over alleged sexual harassment

Suzanne Mueller alleges Move failed to provide a safe working environment, did not adequately supervise employees and retaliated against her for participating in a sexual harassment investigation.
Tags: Technology, Regulations, Radio, Age Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Move, Gender Discrimination, RIN, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Retaliation, Select,, Ray Picard, Suzanne Mueller, MLS & Associations

New home sales break 1M mark for first time since 2006

Historically low-interest rates and a lack of existing homes pushed new homes sales to a new high, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Tags: Radio, Markets & Economy, Select,, Homebuyers, Holden Lewis, Nerd Wallet, Existing-Home Sales, New Home Sales, Buyer Demand

30% of agents plan to decrease ad spend on Zillow,

Curaytor co-founders say agents are starting to realize they "do not need a middleman" and can go to direct to consumers.
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Instagram, Radio, Video Ads, Agent, Zillow, Trulia, Branding, Retargeting, Chris Smith, Geotargeting, Select,, Ad Spending, continues c-suite reshuffle with new CTO hire

On Thursday, the company named Chris Patalano as its new chief technology officer.
Tags: Apple, Technology, Pandora, Radio, Cto, Industry News, Sirius, Select,, Move Inc, David Doctorow, Chris Patalano

Is housing demand finally cooling down?

Data from showed a slight week-over-week change in housing demand and new listing declines.
Tags: Fall, Housing Market, Radio, Inventory, Markets & Economy, Select,, Housing Demand, Danielle Hale, Housing Prices, New Listings® Weekly Recovery Report: Summer Buying Season Resists The Usual Fall Slowdown

Weekly data also shows a slight decline in housing demand as measured by buyer traffic Santa Clara, CA – Sept. 10, 2020 (PRNewswire) Summer home buying season continues to show resilience against the usual fall slowdown as prices continue to hit new highs and homes sell faster than ever before, according to’s® Weekly Recovery Report for the week ending Sept. 5. At the same time, data also showed a slight decline in housing demand as well as a slowing of new listings declines, whi...
Tags: Real Estate, Texas, News, Radio, Houston, Kansas City, News Corp, Santa Clara, COLUMBUS Ohio, Raleigh N C, Richmond VA, Jacksonville Fla, National Association of Realtors, Pittsburgh PA, Real Estate News, Oklahoma City Okla

Looking for a better deal? Consider the condo

Although price appreciation is outpacing affordability gains in the single-family sector, deals can be found with condos and co-ops, economists told Inman.
Tags: Co-op, New York City, Radio, Manhattan, Redfin, Markets & Economy,, Condo, Danielle Hale, Warburg Realty

Eli Manning lists ‘Giant’ New Jersey estate for $5.25M

Seven months after announcing his retirement from the New York Giants, former quarterback Eli Manning has put his New Jersey estate on the market.
Tags: Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, New Jersey, Agent, Eli Manning, National Football League, New York Giants, Select,, Luxury Lens, Abby McGrew, Hallee Dangler will include flood risk data for every home

The online real estate listing portal will start displaying flood data on every property, including a flood-risk score from First Street Foundation, a nonprofit research and technology group.
Tags: Technology, Listings, Radio, Fema, Flooding, Leslie Jordan,, Move Inc, First Street Foundation, Flood Risk

The COVID-19 Housing Market Update

To keep up with the rapid changes COVID-19 is causing in the economy and housing market, the® economics team provides a weekly blog and video update on the relevant real estate and economic information you need to know to navigate the housing market in these challenging times. This week, Chief Economist Danielle Hale discusses the latest jobless claims which showed an uptick. Danielle also highlights still-low mortgage rates and what that means for mortgage applications, both refina...
Tags: Housing, Report, Radio, Danielle, Real Estate News,, Javier Vivas, Danielle Hale, Weekly Housing Trends View For Pros: Achieving Your Goals in Real Estate 2020’s Agent Experience Team has partnered with Loida Vealsquez, a well known real estate influencer, impacting countless real estate professionals through success driven tips. Loida is a successful real estate expert in Southern California. She currently has a big YouTube following on her channel ranging upwards of 56k subscribers. Loida’s passion is to help real estate professionals in various situations and scenarios. Her transparent and valuable insights has done wonders when it ...
Tags: Radio, Southern California, General Interest,, Loida Vealsquez, Loida