US wants to seize North Dallas office campus it says was bought to launder Ukrainian money - The Dallas Morning News
- Are foreign home buyers turning their back on US? Real Estate Weekly
- Foreign buying of American real estate plunged before the pandemic — will COVID-19 push it even lower? MarketWatch
- Attention Home Buyers: Foreign Buyers Purchased Fewer U.S. Properties Realtor.com News
- Foreign home buys still falling in Texas and U.S. The Dallas Morning News
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Racism and inequality are often challenging topics to have an open discussion about. Recently, a panel of well-respected real estate agents came together on the Secrets of Top Selling Agents webinar series to share their stories and provide solid tips on how to combat racism in real estate by moving forward in hopes of a brighter future.
What’s next in terms of COVID-related financial aid and how has the industry come together to continue supporting the goal of homeownership amid a pandemic? These questions were recently addressed during a Realogy Owner Update call with CEO Ryan Schneider and guest Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.), who serves as the republican leader of the House Financial Committee.
Housing affordability reached an 18-month low in the second quarter of 2020, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI).
Between the beginning of April and end of June, 59.6 percent of new and existing homes sold were affordable to families with a median income of $72,900. This is a decrease from the 61.3 percent of homes sold in the first quarter of 2020 that were affordable, and the lowest readying since Q4 of 2018.