Happy Friday afternoon! Thanks for stopping by Clean Slate for our Real Estate Resource Roundup, these are just a few stories that caught our eye.
Millennials Drive Growth of Multi-Generational Households
Not breaking news, but Pew Research Center reports that 57 million Americans (18 percent of the U.S. population) lived in multi-generational homes in 2012. That’s double the number from 1980. And young adults are leading the way. The question is, our latest Baby Boomer survey indicates that Millennials shouldn’t get too comfortable living at home. So wonder how this Pew research will change over the next few years!
Good Time to Buy? Home Sales, Inventory Rise in June
Sales of previously owned homes in June hit their highest level since October, according to a report Tuesday from the National Association of REALTORS® and the supply of homes on the market is the highest it has been in more than a year.
Home-Rentals Wall Street Made Say Grow or Go: Real Estate
Corporate owners with limited capital or deadlines to repay investors are now selling houses in bulk, or one by one, after a 26 percent surge in prices from a March 2012 low.
Un-Advertised Listings Distort Housing Inventory
The number of homes listed for sale nationally is finally beginning to rise, but ask anyone looking to buy a home and the majority will complain there is nothing out there.
Urban Compass Valued at $360 Million in Latest Funding Round
Urban Compass is worth $360 million, at least in the eyes of investors who ponied up $40 million for a Series B funding round announced today.
Looking for Real Estate Online Takes Off
With real estate Todd McGee of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate III discusses the things to watch out for when researching real estate online.
And of course, the latest Clean Slate posts:
Inman Connect Broker War Room: What We Learned in the Trenches
Our ICSF Broker War Room addresses key issues brokers face, a great discussion about “What Matters Most” for agents, business operations and end consumers.
5 Common Mistakes People Make on Social Media (And How to Fix or Avoid Them)
Adam Selig, founder and managing partner at Lumentus & Lumentus Social, discusses some of the common mistakes people make on social media.