September 2018 Marketing Minute

No Gain, No Loss: Existing-Home Sales Stabilize

August existing-home sales stabilized, ending a regressive streak, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reports. Get all the recent activity details by clicking this link.

10 Real Estate Pros Share Their Favorite Way To Market Active Listings

Today’s real estate agents have countless ways to spread the word about new home listings. From the MLS and email blasts to social media, you can reach a wide network of potential buyers and brokers with just a few clicks. But which methods are working best for successful industry professionals? See what the panel has to say.

Foreclosures and Delinquency Rates Dip to 12-year Low: CoreLogic

While the downtick may seem small, the number of Americans failing to make payments on their homes has been falling steadily over the past decade. Neither the delinquency rate nor foreclosure rate has been this low since 2006. Take a look at the report summary here.

The Housing Market is ‘In An Absolute Perfect Storm For Demand,’ Real Estate CEO Says

Millennials seem to want homes just as much as older generations — and that spells a boon for housing demand according to Century 21 CEO and President, Nick Bailey. Read a summary or watch his CNBC interview here.

The Jury is In: This Cycle Ends in 2020

We have been hearing about this for a while now, but the jury is finally in: most economists predict this up cycle will end in 2020. America may have less than two fat years to make hay while the sun is still shining on the economy. Read the write up from housingwire.com.

QUICK LINKS

After A Starbucks Opens In Town, Housing Prices Tend To Rise, Harvard Study Finds

Top Podcasts for Real Estate Agents

How Real Estate Can Help The Survivors Of Hurricane Florence

“Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once.”

—DREW HOUSTON,
Founder and CEO of Dropbox

 

HOMES & LAND |SEPTEMBER 2018

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