Texas homebuyers diversify in 2016 Texas saw outstanding growth in home sales during 2016 in several areas including condo sales and new home sales. Not only there more homebuyers in the market, but they are also a more diverse group than in previous years. International homebuyers, women and first-time homebuyers are all making... Read More
Opendoor raises $210 million, plans big expansion in 2017 Opendoor, an online marketplace that buys homes direct from homeowners, announced plans to expand beyond the two markets where it’s currently available thanks to a round of funding that reportedly values the company above $1 billion.
Freddie Mac: Market response to higher interest rates will be negative Freddie Mac released its outlook for November showing its predictions for 2017, and how higher mortgage rates will play out in the housing market. While the company said it expects growth in the economy in 2017, it does not expect the rising rates will have a positive effect on the housing market.
The People of Tallahassee, FL
High-income, high-expense urban singles.
Urban singles with an up-and-coming income, but with higher-than-average living costs. Most have college educations and are employed in mid-management professions.
Students in higher education. These individuals are enrolled in college or graduate school.
People in college or graduate school.
Urban couples making a mid- to upper-scale household income. Most own their own homes. Some have a college education and work in a variety of occupations, including management-level positions.
Urban singles with moderate income.
Low- to middle-income singles over a wide age range. Some have a college education. They work in a variety of occupations, including some management-level positions.
Bright Lights, Big City
Very mobile singles living in the city.
Singles ranging in age from early 20s to mid-40s who have moved to an urban setting. Most rent their apartment or condo. Some have a college education and work in services and the professional sector.