One of the main things people want to know about the market is what prices are doing. Prices are important to many buying and selling decisions. And we get questions on prices: What’s a median price? Why do you use it in Local Housing Data (LHD)? What’s the difference between median and average?
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What drives someone to view a home online? Is it price, location, design or a combination of all? We’ve got our weekly round-up of raveis.com’s Top Viewed Homes in each state, from a beautiful colonial-style townhouse in Fairfield to a signature home in Rye. So sit back, relax and enjoy! And, as always, let us [...]
Shelton, Conn. (May 2, 2013)—Over 1,300 top real estate professionals from across the Northeast gathered last week for William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance’s First Convention & Expo. From April 23-25, 2013, members of William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance networked with top industry thought leaders and vendors, creating a unique group of [...]
If you love bidding wars, paying over asking, and partaking in real estate frenzy, this post is not for you. Is you are a homebuyer who is sick of the kick in the butt the real estate market is giving you, read on.
Social media is constantly changing. We know that it can be hard to keep up, so each month we’re going to provide you with a quick round-up of the latest news in the space. We stay on top of all the changes so you don’t have to.
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Right now we are in a transitional period between recession and recovery. The pendulum of favor is swinging away from the buyer and toward the seller. What does that mean for you?
What drives someone to view a home online? Is it price, location, design or a combination of all? We’ve got our weekly round-up of raveis.com’s Top Viewed Homes in each state, from a beautiful piece of land in Fairfield to a great property in downtown Providence. So sit back, relax and enjoy! And, as always, [...]
In March 2013, as compared to March 2012, the housing market in New England and New York was varied, with unit sales increasing in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine and average sales prices increasing in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont. We are still confident that indicators from the beginning of the year still [...]
In November, I was selected to a part of HGTV’s House Hunters. It was such an amazing experience that I am I am excited to share—to truly understand what actually goes into making a television show would shock you! Being able to bring HGTV’s cameras here to Bedford, New York to showcase—on a national level—how [...]
Sellers vary in their expectations about how much their properties should sell for and their urgency to sell. Charting sales/list (S/L) price ratios against Days on Market tells us some things about how sellers approach the market.