Sometimes the best surprises come in small packages! A gem awaits you behind the tall hedge enclosing a private courtyard with fountain and surrounding built in seating area. This storybook Carmel/Spanish style, single level bungalow, located on a quiet street not far from the beach, is one of the now rare original homes built in… [Continue Reading]
It’s undeniable that technology has impacted our lives in just about every way possible. From text messaging to paying for merchandise with a smartphone, consumers have their preferences, and they vary by generation.
Homeowernship in the U.S. has fallen sharply since the housing boom peaked in the mid-2000s, though it has declined more for some racial and ethnic groups than the others.
In 2016, 61% of U.S. households owned a pet or planned to own one in the future. Given that, it’s important to know how buyers feel about pets in the home. When searching for a home, 95% of consumers believe it is important that a housing community allow animals.
First-time millennial homeowners are those who have owned their home for five years or less are aspirational, but practical about homeownership.