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RIVERSIDE COUNTY After flat-lining during the economic downturn that began around 2008, housing markets in many regions of the United States have shown signs of recovery.
American homes gained nearly $2 trillion in value this year, the largest gain since 2005, according to a new report.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff says he's gotten "less tolerant of mediocrity and more demanding" as he has become a more experienced manager, in a Q-and-A interview with the New York Times about his management style.
Metro Atlanta homes values are expected to gain $39.1 billion in cumulative value in 2013, according to an analysis of Zillow Real Estate Market Reports.
U.S. homes are expected to have gained $1.9 trillion in value through 2013, the largest since 2005, according to an analysis by Zillow .
Homes and condominiums in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties are expected to gain $83.3 billion in cumulative value in 2013, compared with a gain of $49.5 billion last year, according to the Zillow.com website.
U.S. homes gained $1.9 trillion in total value this year, the biggest jump since 2005, as the real estate market rebounds from the recession, Zillow Inc. said.
Widespread increases are evident in rent statistics from Zillow, an online real-estate database: In the last two years, the median rent for Seattle studio apartments has gone up $434 in Wallingford, $419 in Capitol Hill, and $306 in Ballard.
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The firm set a "buy" rating and a $95.00 price target on the stock. SunTrust's price objective suggests a potential upside of 23.31% from the company's current price.
Foreclosures happen week in and week out. Over 20,000 Seattle-area homeowners - 17.4 percent of all households, according real estate firm Zillow - are underwater on their mortgages, meaning they're at particular risk of being tossed out of their homes.
The investment supplement in yesterday's Wall Street Journal has a piece with advice on how to identify up and coming neighborhoods where you can buy a house and expect extra-normal returns.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate hovered around 4.26 percent early last week and spiked to 4.35 percent on Friday before leveling off at 4.30 percent during the weekend.