We will help you find a home that you have been dreaming of for so long no matter how competitive the California real estate market is. And we will also make sure that the process is smooth and easy for you.
Whether you live in Southern California in areas like Los Angeles, San Diego, Inland Empire and Orange County or live up in Central California or Northern California in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, or Sacramento – California real estate courses are available both online and offline, so you can get your California Real Estate License from anywhere in the state that’s convenient for you. Continue reading California Real Estate
After what seemed like a promising year for Arizona’s housing market, it appears things seem to be slowing down, particularly in Phoenix. So far this year 2014, figures seem to suggest that Phoenix (the largest city and capital of Arizona) is off to a rough start, which is a faint indication of how things are going for the entire state.
According to a report by Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service Inc., in Jan 2014, the number of homes for sale was about 29 percent above the numbers from an year earlier. New findings from Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business suggest that home prices fell 4 percent in Jan 2014 from where they were a year ago. Continue reading Arizona Real Estate
Though the housing market has been tough for many US states in recent years, the latest data suggests that Texas leads the nation when it comes to home sales and median household income growth, according to the Texas Association of Realtors’ 2014 Texas Home Buyers and Sellers Report.
Dan Hatfield, chairman of the Texas Association of Realtors, has even higher hopes for the future, “This year’s Texas Home buyers and Sellers Report is showing the impact of the last few years’ strong housing market and economic growth on Texas homebuyers and sellers.” He went on to say, “Households are earning more income and new-home development continues to play an increasingly important role to meet our state’s ever-increasing housing demand.” It should be noted that the median household income of Texas homebuyers rose 9.6 percent ($91,700) between 2012 and 2013. Continue reading Texas Real Estate