Now that 2018 is in the books, Dan and I can sit back for a New York Minute and look at it in it’s entirety. We both concur that it was a very memorable year for many reasons but the one that stands out the most comes down to the
What truly causes a housing bubble and the inevitable crash? For the best explanation, let’s go to a person who correctly called the last housing bubble – a year before it happened.
“A bubble requires both overvaluation based on fundamentals and speculation. It is natural to focus on an asset’s
The real estate market has been a little crazy this year. Despite the recent ups and downs, the numbers show that there has been a fairly steady growth of housing prices overall. Experts predict that home prices will continue to grow in the coming months, but at a somewhat slower
Often when I am at a home inspection I come away with a tip or two to use myself and share with customers. After 25 years of home inspections, you’d think that I’ve heard it all but that couldn’t be further from the truth, especially as new home technology
5 Social and Health Benefits of Homeownership
Homeownership has health and social benefits for families.
Moe Veissi, past president of the National Association of Realtors and a Realtor® for 40 years, pointed out the benefits of owning a home beyond tax reductions at the 2013 Capitol Conference. Some reasons to buy