We’ve got real estate news from around the Web, including an article that addresses an important issue. Are you selling the Millennial generation short? Looking to be a landlord but finding it tough to find the right properties? We’ve got a list of the top markets for buying an investment property. There is a sudden optimism among potential homebuyers. What’s fueling this change of heart? And in honor of Halloween: What do people think about living in a haunted house? The answer might surprise you. All this and more in today’s real estate round-up.
Is your Millennial real estate game lacking?
There is a stereotypical view of Millennials shared by many Gen Xers and Baby Boomers. They tend to see Gen Y as entitled job hoppers who want a trophy just for showing up. But plenty of people—Millennials and others—believe these young people are getting a bad rap. Are you missing out because of misperceptions about this generation?
Want to be a landlord? These are the top markets this fall for investing in rental homes
Finding a house to live in is tough enough these days. If you are looking to become a landlord, the national picture being painted is a rather bleak one. There is a respite, however. Here are some markets where potential investors can still find lucrative options.
After the rain: the lasting effects of a hurricane on home sales
The United States was hit hard this summer as more than one major storm took lives and caused insurmountable damage to properties. The residual damage from these storms continues long after the flood waters have receded.
Renters think the housing market is finally loosening up, fueling a sudden optimism among homebuyers
Housing confidence in September matched the high levels seen this past June as renters have turned optimistic suddenly, saying now is a good time to buy. What is behind this sudden change in perception?
58% of people would live with a ghost
With Halloween just around the corner, haunted houses are a popular attraction. But what about your latest listing? Does it come with ghosts and spirits? It turns out, that might actually be a selling point for most people.