Home Searches Plummet in Houston, Miami

Realtor.com® views on properties in Houston and Miami plunged following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, tanking -4 percent and -25 percent year-over-year, respectively, in September, according to realtor.com’s latest data preview. Last September, Houston property views were up 21 percent, while Miami views were up 14 percent. “In Miami and Houston, hurricane recovery is evident,” says […]

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Hottest Markets: The Motor City Hits the Gas

Detroit sped toward the top of the hottest housing markets in August, zipping six spots to No. 4 in realtor.com®’s Hotness Index, according to realtor.com’s latest data preview. Homes are selling in a median 39 days in The Motor City. “Detroit jumped into realtor.com’s top five hottest housing markets last month,” says Danielle Hale, chief […]

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High Prices Keep Activity Sizzling Through Summer

High prices are keeping home sales activity sizzling through summer, with listings moving 6 percent faster year-over-year in July, according to the latest data preview from realtor.com®. Prices in July are 10 percent higher than those one year ago, with the national median at $275,000 and the national median age of inventory at 64 days. […]

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Inventory on Longest Downward Stretch in Two Decades

Housing inventory is officially on its longest downward stretch in two decades, with 11 percent less homes on the market year-over-year in June, according to the latest data preview from realtor.com®. Prices in June were 9 percent higher than those one year ago, with the national median at $275,000 and the national median age of […]

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Housing Ablaze With Activity, Even as California Cools

Housing continues to be ablaze with activity, with off-the-charts prices and supply consumed at rapid-fire pace, according to the latest data preview from realtor.com®. Prices in May were 10 percent higher than those one year ago, with the national median at $275,000 and the national median age of inventory at 60 days—five days, or 8 […]

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