Commerce is continuously changing and at a faster pace than ever before, so it’s sensible to expect real estate market trends to change as well. Several factors will affect how the market changes, so keeping a close eye on those trends can help you make wiser investment choices. Learning more about the following trends, in particular, can help you predict how best to invest your resources.
It seems that, in the 21st century, you can find an app for anything — so why should buying a home be any different? These three apps are curated from a long list of realty-related smartphone apps and operate as the top of their class in each respective category.
These days people will do just about anything to make a quick buck. One of the most profitable ways to make money is by purchasing property and renting it out to people looking to vacation. You may think that getting a rental property is unattainable, but there are plenty of affordable properties in cities available.
The hippest, safest, and most attractive neighborhoods in American cities won’t be found on the East Coast or West Coast. Those looking for an enriching lifestyle in an elegant urban setting would do best to look toward mid-sized cities in the Midwest or Northeast.
Obtaining business intelligence gleaned from “big data” is a significant trend in the commercial real estate industry. Understanding how to collect data and interpret it for insights shapes the process of interactions between property owners and agents – and ultimately, customers.
As you look for commercial real estate, you may across the Walk Score® metric. Several studies have shown that a high Walk Score®, or walkability, adds value to a piece of commercial property and should be considered on your shortlist. Walkability is based on several factors, such as proximity to public transportation and parking, as well as access to sidewalks, safety, traffic conditions, land use, and much more.
Everything in the world of real estate revolves around one factor: location. It doesn't matter if a property you're looking at is the definition of a "state-of-the-art facility" and has every bonus feature a person could ever dream of it it's in a bad location, it's...
One of the greatest things about America is being able to visit different parts of the country and see the way that regional cultures have had a direct influence on everything including architecture. While housing styles can vary state to state, we're going to look at...
Buying a home has always been a tricky and complicated process, especially if you have never done it before. Home buying has only gotten harder in recent months as the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic. Getting a good look at a new house can be pretty tricky when you are not supposed to leave your home. Luckily, realtors are starting to use technology to their advantage.
Many larger corporations, as well as mid-sized companies, are choosing to extend their current working-from-home policies, in the wake of COVID-19, until at least autumn. As such, those that predict real estate trends feel that the time is right for another suburban boom. This country has not seen an actual suburban increase since the years following World War II.