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Selling while shy — good idea or bad idea?

Can an introvert be good at real estate sales? We've asked this question before -- a new infographic examines how introverts might be well-suited to a career selling homes (among other things) and lists real estate as a potential occupation for introverts who want to make that leap...

CARmojis could help you text your way to a new home sale

Have you ever wanted to send a client a bottle of champagne to congratulate them on the purchase of their new home, but just can't? Well, now you can, sort of, with CARmojis...

In The Week Ahead: Correction Appears To Be Under Way

The major U.S. stock indices gave back the previous week's gains and then some last week, due in part to tepid March new home sales and weaker-than-expected Q1 GDP. They were led lower by the

The Real Story Behind The True Magnitude of The New Home Sales Collapse

``ZIRP has actually made the problem worse. It has caused raging housing inflation which has caused median monthly mortgage payments for new homes to rise by 20% since 2009. ZIRP has enabled corporate CEOs to game the stock market to massively increase their own pay while encouraging them to cut worker salaries and shift higher paying jobs overseas. Show More Summary

The Real Story Behind The True Magnitude Of The New Home Sales Collapse

Submitted by Wall Street Examiner's Lee Adler via Contra Corner blog, Comparing the growth in the number of full time jobs versus the growth in new home sales starkly illustrates both the horrible quality of the new jobs, and how badly ZIRP has served the US economy. Growth in new home sales has always been dependent on growth in full time jobs. Show More Summary

Chart of the Day- The Real Story Behind The True Magnitude of The New Home Sales Collapse

Comparing the growth in the number of full time jobs versus the growth in new home sales starkly illustrates both the horrible quality of the new jobs, and how badly ZIRP has served the US economy. The post Chart of the Day- The Real Story Behind The True Magnitude of The New Home Sales Collapse was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Bronx and Staten Island home sales surging, says REBNY

Booming Bronx and Staten Island home sales activity helped fortify the New York City real estate market pre-Spring, says the Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) First Quarter 2016 Residential Sales Report...

72 Townsend: Brand New Luxury South Beach Homes

1-3 bedrooms, Bay Views, Dedicated Parking Amenities: Sky Terrace, Lounge, Boutique-style lobby Open 10AM – 6PM Sales Centre: 42 Colin P. Kelly Street • (415) 957-5972

City of Decatur Steal of a Deal

One of the most interesting (and loaded) words in the real estate lexicon is “affordable”. In New York’s SOHO neighborhood, the median home sales price is $2.2 million, leading one to believe that a loft in this neighborhood priced at $1 million would appear to be very affordable. Show More Summary

Way Out West! The Federal Reserve’s Failure At Spurring Affordable Housing Growth (While Blowing Asset Bubbles)

What happened to the supply of affordable housing in the US (particularly in The West)? New home sales for under $200,000 has trickled to a drip rather than a flow. But remember The Fed’s enactment of the zero interest rate policy and...Show More Summary

Chart of the Day- Thanks Fed For Helping The Average Guy

In March of 2005, 52,000 new homes were sold at prices of less than $200,000. At the bottom of the crash in March 2009 that number had dropped to 14,000. The Fed instituted ZIRP and QE around that time. Sales of homes under $200,000 totaled 9,000 units in March. Show More Summary

August's HomeKit-friendly Smart Lock goes on sale for $229

The HomeKit-friendly version of the August Smart Lock is now available for purchase. Like the original version of the lock, the new model allows you to lock and unlock your home from your iPhone. With HomeKit compatibility, the lockShow More Summary

Julia Roberts gave a sales pitch for sex toys without knowing that's what she was doing.

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Julia Roberts plays a Home Shopping Network host in her new movie Mother's Day, so Ellen decided to make use of Roberts' selling skills by having her play a game of "Pitch, Please" on Thursday's show. In this game, the guest has to try to sell an item without having any idea what it is. Show More Summary

Pending Home Sales Tumble In The West As "Demand Is Starting To Weaken"

Following the weakness in new home sales, starts, and permits, pending home sales modest beat of expectations (+1.4% MoM vs 0.5% exp) provides a glimmer of hope for homebuilders and recovery-narrative-buyers. The decoupling between new-...Show More Summary

Economic Statistics for 25 Apr 16

New home sales came in at an annualized rate of 511,000 in March, at the low end of expectations. Year-over-year sales are up 5.4%.  The Dallas Fed Manufacturing survey fell -0.3 points to -13.9. The orders index, however, rose from 3.3 to 5.8, so the future looks brighter. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook […]

Census Bureau: A Small Slip In New Construction Homes Sales

Amid low mortgage rates are rising rents home buyers are snapping up today's new construction, but at a slightly slower pace as compared to the month prior.

New-home sales plunge in West

Americans stepped back from buying new homes in March — the third straight monthly decline — led by a sharp plunge in Western states. New-home sales slipped 1.5% last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 511,000, the Commerce Department said Monday. That rate has steadily dropped from...

New Homes Sales DOWN 1.5% MoM, 3rd Straight Decline, West DOWN -23.57%

New homes sales for March were down 1.5% MoM, the third straight decline. But wait! There's more! The post New Homes Sales DOWN 1.5% MoM, 3rd Straight Decline, West DOWN -23.57% was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Comments on March New Home Sales

The new home sales report for March was eleven thousand below expectations at 511,000 on a seasonally adjusted annual rate basis (SAAR), however combined sales for December, January and February were revised up by 23 thousand SAAR - so overall this was a decent report.Sales were up 5.4% year-over-year (YoY) compared to March 2015. Show More Summary

New Home Sales decreased to 511,000 Annual Rate in March

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in March were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 511 thousand. The previous three months were revised up by a total of 23 thousand (SAAR)."Sales of new single-family houses in March 2016 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 511,000, according to estimates released jointly today by the U.S. Show More Summary

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