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  • The Decade-Long Growth in Rentership Is Reversing

    A decade-long surge in rentership spanning the later years of the housing boom, the entirety of the housing bust and the early years of the subsequent recovery came to an abrupt end in 2016, according to an analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Homeownership and Housing Vacancy Survey. Between Q4 2006 and Q2

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  • A Quarter of Homes Listed for Sale Are Dropping Prices

    Redfin finds the market is changing and tilting more toward buyers. Redfin reported Thursday that signs continue to point toward a changing market that’s letting home buyers be more selective as supply constraints begin to ease in the hottest markets. As a result, sellers are feeling compelled to adjust their expectations — and their prices.

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  • KB Opens Community Outside Dallas

    Homes at Creeks of Legacy in Celina will start in the mid $280,000s. KB Home (NYSE: KBH) on Friday announced the grand opening of Creeks of Legacy, its latest community of single-family homes in Celina, Texas. Close to Highway 380 and Dallas North Tollway for easy commuting to Denton, McKinney and downtown Dallas, Creeks of

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  • Here’s how millennials are changing the US housing market

    It’s tough being a millennial. Millennials are accused of killing entire industries: casual dining chains that should have been killed off by a prior generation, beer (sez Goldman Sachs), napkins, homeownership, Harley Davidson, banks, diamonds, and brick-and-mortar retailers. OK, things change. But there’s one thing the largest US generation ever is not killing off: urban

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  • New Home Company Opens Inland Empire Master Plan

    The New Home Company (NYSE: NWHM), Aliso Viejo, California late Tuesday announced the opening and launch of residential sales at Bedford, a gated village with plans for more than 1,600 homes in Corona, California. A selection of nine model homes in Bedford’s first three neighborhoods, as well as the community recreational complex, will be unveiled

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  • Interior Design Trends for Fall 2018

      As the weather changes and we find ourselves entering fall, design projects, renovations and redecorations gear up for this stylish season. From curved sofas to black accents in the kitchen to a rising global nomadic style, we take a look at the biggest trends in the interior design world for fall 2018. CURVED SOFAS “Curved sofas solve many

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