Asking Prices Flat in May While Rent Increases

Asking Prices Flat in May While Rent Increases: Trulia “Asking prices fell flat in May after three consecutive monthly increases while also decreasing from the year before, according to reports from Trulia. Asking prices on homes for sale were unchanged in May on a seasonally adjusted basis and fell by 0.2 percent year-over-year. However, when …

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Home Values See Highest Monthly Increase Since 2006

Zillow: Home Values See Highest Monthly Increase Since 2006 Zillow┬áissued a released Friday reporting that both national home values and rents rose in the month of April. According to the April Zillow Real Estate Market Reports, national home values rose 0.7 percent in April to a Zillow Home Value Index of $147,300. This is the …

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Increasing Rent and Asking Prices

While reports on home prices have been mostly uninspiring, with some flickering of hope here and there, rent prices continue to make significant strides, with rent increasing more than 10 percent compared to a year ago in certain markets, according to findings Trulia released Thursday. Rent prices rose 5.6 percent in April compared to a …

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Americans are more likely to buy, not rent

According to the March 2012 Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 48 percent of Americans who responded expect rental prices to increase, and the expectation is that prices will rise by 4.1 percent over the next 12 months, the highest number recorded to date and an increase from the 3.5 percent recorded in February. Also, 33 …

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