These housing and real estate story ideas are designed to help media generate content for news stories. Three timely topics, accompanied with background information and facts related to the real estate market, are featured each month. Realtor associations and members can also take these story ideas and create content for their local newspaper, magazines, newsletters, blogs and websites.
Optimism is abundant among real estate firms across the country, according to the NAR 2013 Profile of Real Estate Firms, which found that 69 percent of all firms expect profitability to grow over the coming year.
There may be less commercial rental space available in the coming year and renters should expect to pay more for apartments.
Going green has proven to be more than a trend; many people seek out this way of living.
Saving energy, or “going green,” continues to be very important to homeowners. NAR research has consistently shown a considerable and growing market for energy-efficient buildings, and many of today’s consumers want more efficient and eco-friendly homes.
The American Dream of homeownership is alive and well, according to a majority of renters surveyed for the NAR 2013 National Housing Pulse Survey.
Current trends in the real estate market show rising home prices, yet affordability remains strong.
More millennials see homeownership as a good investment, according to the National Association of Realtors® inaugural Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report. Millennials are those born between 1980 and 2000.
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee has proposed a “Blank Slate” approach to tax reform.
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