Best Places to Rent in Orange County

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Orange County, California is one of the most appealing places to live in the U.S. The excitement, diversity, vast cultural facilities, non-congested cities, reduced crime rates and of course the beautiful beaches make Orange County an ideal place for people of all walks of life. Perhaps you are already asking yourself: how expensive it is […]

Millennials Enter Housing Market

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Generally seen as renters, millennials are now making their way to real estate. Call them millennials or the ‘forgiven children’, statistics and reports are suggesting that this generation has finally started making its entry into the housing market. Now in their late 20s and early 30s, singles and young couples are focusing on buying real […]

Real Estate Market Focus: Chicago


The Power Is Now Research Team The housing market in Chicago mostly aligns with the overall U.S. housing trends, but it’s still lagging behind the rest of the country’s post-recession recovery. In the widespread Chicago metro, inventory is high, creating a buyer’s market where sellers are not earning ideal returns on their properties. Conversely, in […]

Real Estate Market Focus: Dallas


The Power Is Now Research Team Figure 1: Median Home Sale Prices of February 2015 The Dallas-Fort Worth metro area is a hot sellers’ market with low inventory and rapidly rising home values. According to Zillow, the median sale price of homes in the metro area is $190,789 while homes in the city of Dallas […]

Real Estate Market Focus: Orange County

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Orange County Realtist Research Team The cost of homes in Orange County far exceeds the median cost of homes within the country. U.S. homes are currently $178,700 while Orange County home values sit at a stunning $616,400. Much of the region boasts waterfront properties or views. Although homes in Orange County are typically listed for […]

Los Angeles Market Overview

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If you’re considering moving to Los Angeles, be prepared for steep prices. The Los Angeles metro is an extremely hot sellers’ market with little for-sale inventory and excessive buyer demand. The area is pricey with a median home value of $533,700, well above the national median of $178,700. Regardless, buyers are still competing for expensive […]