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New Luxury Market Report Examines Affluent-Priority Shifts, Hot Markets

The Institute’s Luxury Market Report is your guide to analysis on the trends and comparative data in the top residential markets across Canada and the United States. May’s report examines the current statistics of the luxury market in North America on a month-to-month basis, along with the 13-month trend. This month, we explore new mindsets…

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Above: Sonny Downey, left, and Raymond Rivera Raymond Rivera CEO Sonny Downey President United Real Estate | Gallery Jacksonville, Florida https://www.UnitedRealEstateGallery.com Region served: Greater Jacksonville and Northeast Florida Years in real estate: Ray: 18; Sonny: 20 Number of offices: 8 Number of agents: 400 Why did you choose United Real Estate’s national network? Raymond Rivera:…

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Affordability Struggles Persist, With New Challenges Emerging

Tightening credit availability is adding to affordability struggles as rates remain elevated, inventory shortages worsen and home prices strengthen, according to a new report from Black Knight. Black Knight’s monthly Mortgage Monitor report uses the company’s mortgage, real estate and public records data sets to observe industry trends. April’s report looked at the intersection of…

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Home Envy ‘Rampant’ Among Younger Generations

A survey, conducted by tech services company Mphasis Digital Risk, found that “home envy” is stronger among generations Z and Y. The survey shows responses from 1,386 Americans aged 46 or younger across the spectrum from lower to upper middle income. 74% percent of respondents indicated they currently own a home; the same percentage agreed…

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