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Last updated: February 20, 2019 • Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Market, Real Estate Trends

Traditional Houses Around the World

From the basic houses of Africa to the traditional houses of Japan, I’m going to be your guide from RealEstateAgent.com and will take you on a short architectural tour around the world. This will be a lot of fun and I hope you will find it helpful for your future real estate investments. So welcome …

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Last updated: December 19, 2018 • Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Trends

12 Real Estate Trends for 2019

On the 12th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me… 12 real estate trends for the upcoming year. Yes, it’s time for a forecast. Get the popcorn and brace yourself because RealEstateAgent.com is making some predictions as to what 2019 will bring to real estate. This one is for everybody; whether you are …

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Last updated: December 12, 2018 • Real Estate Trends

Will Amazon HQ2 set a new commercial real estate trend?

Powerhouse company Amazon has done something that might completely change the game. Again. But this time it’s not related to any cutting-edge technology development or a new way of acquiring virtually any product existing in the world. This time, Amazon is about to change the real estate market, specifically the commercial real estate market. Late …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Real Estate Trends

Floating Homes Around the World

A floating home is the perfect midway between life on a boat and life on dry land. It’s a more reasonable approach to ‘life on the water’, and many people have begun choosing summer homes like floating homes over buying a boat or renting a tropical bungalow. In case you’re tempted by a floating home, …

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Last updated: February 6, 2019 • Real Estate Trends

Tiny Homes Across the USA

Tiny homes have hit the big time! For good reason, too –  who can resist the quaint, simple appeal of a tiny home, especially when they are so within our reach? Your hobbit home doesn’t have to be buried in a mossy hill or built out of fresh pine. Even some of the strangest items …

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