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Last updated: May 22, 2020 • Real Estate Market

International speculation in real estate

In order to understand the effect that international speculation could have on the U.S. real estate market, we have to understand what speculation does. Another thing to focus on is the impact foreign investors have on the U.S. real estate market and whether the impact is good or not. Real estate, in general, is a …

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Last updated: May 13, 2020 • Real Estate Market

The Safest States and Cities in America

If peace were to be packed in tins and placed on shelves, it would sell like hotcakes. It’s one of those invaluable and intangible goods that sustain life on Earth. We can’t put a price on it, just like we can’t put a price on the air we breathe. The planet would be a very …

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Last updated: July 2, 2020 • Real Estate Market

TOP 5 ENVIRONMENTAL THREATS FOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS

Are you looking for a new home? We know looking for a place where you can start a family or a new business may be time-consuming and some may find it tiring, but the real estate market is trying to give us the best options possible. While we may focus on schools and scenic value, …

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Last updated: May 5, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Passive houses

Building passive houses gets easier by the year and it’s a highly promoted alternative by developers as the benefits outweigh the costs. As energy costs increase every year, passive houses in the US gain momentum. Another factor that helps their popularity is the growing awareness of our limited resources and the effects that global warming …

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Last updated: May 8, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Fastest-Growing Cities in the U.S. in 2020

Wherever you live in the U.S. or wherever you intend to move to, there is a constant change happening all around the country. Economical growth or new tech hubs that develop in certain areas have an impact on population growth. Some cities may lose at this game and see their population decreasing, while their metropolitan …

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