Our exclusive Q2 Real Data from Midwest Real Estate Data shows the top producers. Did your brokerage make the list?
We saw big changes in the residential real estate market in the first quarter of the year with a rise in mortgage interest rates, but the shift doesn’t appear to have deterred would-be buyers.
While rising interest rates may lead to more reductions in the housing supply, it may also bring some much-needed balance to the market.
Welcome to our Top Producers/Real Data issue, one of the most highly anticipated issues of the year. We shine a spotlight on the biggest names in the business from the prior year.
It was another dramatic financial quarter for real estate professionals across Chicagoland, but Q4 real estate sales did not disappoint.
December housing sales fell lower than they have since the start of the pandemic, a new Redfin report found.
“Fewer homes are selling because of a lack of supply, while demand remains strong.” — Redfin chief economist Daryl Fairweather
As more money is being spent on real estate than ever before, the booming market is on pace to shatter records this year, according to a recent CoreLogic report.
Investors across the country are looking to cash in on skyrocketing house prices and rents, putting them in competition with new buyers trying to work their way to homeownership. Real estate investors bought a record 18% of the homes sold in the third quarter, according to a new Redfin report.
The demand for housing in the U.S. has reached a new all-time high since 2017, a rare occurrence for this time of year when the market typically slows. According to a Redfin report, a recovering economy and all-time low mortgage rates are critical factors in the current market.