Millennials held the highest share of homebuying activity in 2018 out of all other generations for the fifth consecutive year. They boast a strong desire for homeownership and remain committed to achieving their home-purchasing goals.
We all hold strong impressions of our neighborhoods, but there are generational trends toward our notions about community. Overall, people are more likely to report feeling a sense of community the older they are. On the other hand, the younger the generation, the more its members feel like they should be doing more to help their local community.
Think ahead before you move out to sell your home. Vacant homes not only sell for less money, but they also spend more time on the market. Vacant homes can signal to buyers that the sellers aren't in a hurry to sell and may take their time making an offer.
Most home buyers are following the advice of their realtors and seeking financing first in their home buying journey. Buyers also want greater speed, simplicity, and communication from their providers.
If you're in the market to sell your home, home staging is key to attracting buyers. In the era of home-makeover shows, consumers are likely to compare their expectations to what they see on TV, so making sure your home's first impression is lasting could be the difference between selling and sitting.
The vast majority of the 69 million Americans living in communities under Homeowner's Associations believes that their HOA protects their investment and enhances property values. Some of the best and worst aspects of living in a community association are listed below.