The Covid-19 pandemic is changing the landscape for luxury real estate. But will these changes be temporary, or are they a glimpse into the future of the luxury market?
2019 Real Estate Trends
It’s been a year of ups and downs in the real estate industry. What began as a seller’s market, marked by high home prices changed significantly by the end of 2018, as power shifted towards buyers. Current circumstances[...]
Real Estate Trends: Older, Single Home Buyer
In many cases, success in real estate depends on anticipating demographic changes. There’s been a lot of speculation on how markets will shift as millenials and Gen Z-ers continue to dominate the real estate market.[...]
Hot Real estate Market: Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. is among the top 5 large U.S. cities with the slowest growing rents. The D.C. housing market had a strong 2017, though there was modest growth. Tight inventory for houses means slower sales, but there[...]
Real Estate Trends: High End Homes in Chinatown
Cryptocurrency and Real Estate: A Looming Disruption
Over the past two years, interest in Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology has skyrocketed across many industries. There’s been an astronomical level of investment in these new financial technologies,[...]
The housing shortage and what it means for you
Real estate strategy: How to tap into the booming Chinese market
UPDATED MARCH 5, 2020
After years of being one of the largest sources of foreign investment in U.S. real estate, Chinese investment is slowing significantly. Between the U.S.-China trade wars, Chinese regulations, and[...]
Have Millennials Ruined Real Estate Too?
Should real estate join Applebees, big box stores, and football on the long list of things that millennials have killed? The answer is, as is the case with many of the other industries, products, and lifestyle habits[...]