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Last updated: March 20, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Marketing

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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Last updated: November 21, 2019 • Real Estate Marketing

Cities Most Vulnerable to Being Hit First by a Recession

More Americans live in urban areas than in 1950 and urbanization will continue to increase up to 90% by 2050, according to the predictions made by the Census Bureau. Three percent of the land hosts all the urban population, while the rural land, which makes 97% of the US territory, is home to only 19% …

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Last updated: March 11, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Marketing

Cities with the most expensive real estate – NYC is NOT one of them!

When one thinks about a hectic (but profitable) real estate market, with lots of transactions, and a finite supply for a seemingly endless demand that makes real estate prices go absurd… that person probably has New York City as a role model. But guess what? That’s a trap. We’re not saying NYC is a piece …

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Last updated: December 23, 2019 • Real Estate Marketing

Get Listed With For Better Online Visibility

Looking for ways to score more cash in your pocket this year? When you join the Official Real Estate Agent Directory®, you’ll gain access to an entire list of tools not only to expand your network and land clients, but also to build your reputation. The keys to boosting your income are only a click …

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Last updated: November 7, 2019 • Real Estate Marketing

Real Estate Black Friday: It’s Not When You Thought it Was!

A lot of black ink flows for Black Friday banners and ads. The black background is covered only by big bold numbers and percentage points, and the offers sound too good to be true. But who keeps the printers busy? Retailers, of course. Real estate brokers and agents are still experimenting with this shopping holiday, …

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