In this Real Estate Now, we’ve selected a few real estate industry articles relating to millenials, 2016 housing predictions and other emerging trends in our business today. Don’t forget, there’s something for everyone to read, so make sure to share what articles resonated with you the most over at the Champions School of Real Estate Facebook and Twitter pages!
“Since the 1980s, cities around the country have been contracting serious cases of Silicon Valley envy. Everyone, it seemed, was looking for the magic formula to create their own high-tech incubators with educated, upwardly mobile work forces that would drive their cities to modernize and grow.”
“Nearly everywhere you turn, you hear news of the rebounding housing market. Not only is it bouncing back, but it’s also making a huge comeback with new owners and investors getting into the market.”
“We may be on the verge of spring, but housing and economic reports work on a bit of a lag time. We’ve only just gotten the major data reports for January, and it’s giving us a clear-eyed view of how the real estate market is measuring up this year.”
“Forget what you’ve read about the millennial generation not buying homes in the suburbs. The latest surveys show they are, and not only that, they are leaving a powerful footprint on the feel of suburbia.”
“In December 2015, a few tweaks to the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) drone legislation went into effect. Those using drones for commercial purposes — including to capture photographs of properties for real estate marketing — will want to pay special attention.”
There’s something for everyone to read, so make sure and share what articles resonated the most with you over at the Champions School of Real Estate and pages! Enjoy your read — see you next week! Do you have a response or is there a relevant article I should have included? Send me an email with all questions, opinions and suggestions to Karla@ChampionsSchool.com!
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