housing recovery

Heaps of US cities haven’t recovered from the recession

Heaps of US cities haven’t recovered from the recession

From TRD New York: Home values in the country’s most expensive real estate markets have skyrocketed since the recession,...

Dirty cash is fueling condo recovery: ex-prosecutor

Dirty cash is fueling condo recovery: ex-prosecutor

One of the country’s foremost money laundering experts is crediting corrupt foreign government officials and narcotraffickers with South Florida’s...

Foreign buyers help push SF home prices up 14%

Foreign buyers help push SF home prices up 14%

Foreign buyers are supercharging South Florida’s housing recovery, Bloomberg News reported. In the 10 Florida counties that have seen...

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‘Transformation’ in South Florida housing market is sustainable, Metrostudy economist says

As South Florida’s housing inventory shrinks, so does its vacant land, fueling a bidding war among builders and a rapid rise in construction costs...

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Sellers sprint to find new home

South Florida’s rapacious housing recovery and inventory shortage has left some home sellers scrambling for a new place to live, the Sun-Sentinel reported. Buyers are competing for a shrinking supply of single-family homes, leading...

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Pending home sale numbers show disappointing start to 2013: VIDEO

Low inventory put a damper on the U.S. housing market last month and will hold down sales this spring, according...

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U.S. home prices grow to highest point since June 2006: VIDEO

Single-family home prices across the U.S. leaped 8.1 percent in January on a seasonally adjusted basis, for the biggest...

SF analysts predict end to boom-and-bust

SF analysts predict end to boom-and-bust

High-level real estate analysts are predicting that Miami’s days of boom and bust are gone for good, Condo Vultures’ Peter Zalewski wrote in the Miami Herald. The theory goes that Miami’s transformation into an international center...

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Spring comes early for U.S. real estate

Could we be looking at an early spring this year — not in meteorological terms but real estate? Could the chilly December to February months, which traditionally see fewer buyers out shopping for houses...

Toll chairman, Robert Toll says housing will rise 20 percent in 2013: VIDEO

Toll chairman, Robert Toll says housing will rise 20 percent in 2013: VIDEO

Although Robert Toll, executive chairman of the developer Toll Brothers, predicts that Washington will not strike a last minute...

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