Posts Tagged ‘home’

Your Workout Preferences Could Help Boost Home Prices

Real estate agents are increasingly calling out proximity to gyms such as CrossFit in listings or when showing clients condos or homes—something previously only done with good schools and restaurants. In fact, the percentage of listings in luxury apartments that contained the words “gym,” “weight room” or “workout studio” rose to 11 percent in January […]

The Early Bird’s Guide to Buying a Home

Planning to purchase a home this spring? Then the last days of winter is the time to get rolling. Here, explains how to get way ahead of the pack before the busy spring home-buying season arrives. Find a buyer’s agent Teaming up with a buyer’s agent during the winter offers several advantages. For starters, because business […]

Is Now the Right Time to Sell my Home?

Many homeowners today are not living in their forever homes. Instead, the spot in which they’re residing is just a stepping stone to their dream house. If you’re always keeping one eye on your home and the other eye on the housing market, RISMedia offers these steps to help determine the best time to sell […] Consumer Survey Reveals First Look into 2017 Home Buying Season

The 2017 home-buying season will be characterized by a large increase in first-time homebuyers, increasing affordability issues among buyers and high demand for suburban homes, according to’s new Active Home Shopper Report. The study—based on September survey data of active shoppers on—offers insight into future home buying trends in 2017 by analyzing responses […]

Home Design Trends Emerging in the Marketplace

Most American homeowners today are seeking larger homes and more outdoor living space, according to the American Institute of Architects’ new Home Design Trends Survey. A panel of more than 500 architect and design leaders helped to identify emerging trends in the housing marketplace during the first quarter of 2016, and as reported by Inman, […]


Do you remember the feeling of tingly excitement mixed with anticipation and a dash of spicy fear of your first kiss, or falling in love for the first time? There’s nothing quite like it, and once having experienced it, it can never be replicated. Buying your first home can’t really be compared to your first […]