Monthly Archives: March 2019

Going up again?

From CNBC: Home prices could be on the verge of heating up again, according to CoreLogic Home prices in January rose at the slowest pace in nearly seven years, but buyers shouldn’t feel too confident just yet. Prices might be … Continue reading

Posted in Demographics, Economics, Employment, Housing Recovery, National Real Estate | 175 Comments

Minimum wages up – Property taxes up

Oh, you’ll find a way. From NJTV: How will NJ’s new $15 minimum wage affect local governments? Middletown has a population of 66,000. The Monmouth County city has horse farms, the beach and Big Mike’s Little Red Store. Middletown Mayor … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Employment, New Jersey Real Estate, Politics, Property Taxes | 70 Comments

Single women second largest group of homebuyers

From the Press of Atlantic City: In New Jersey, more single women are buying homes. Here’s why Angela Cottrill likes having control over the place where she lives. The single hairstylist wanted the investment of owning a condo, so she … Continue reading

Posted in Demographics, Economics, New Jersey Real Estate | 38 Comments

Millennials don’t understand the concept of repair.

You have an entire generation that grew up in a culture of disposable everything. Why would anyone think houses should be different? You don’t fix things, you get the new version. From CNBC: Most millennial homeowners have buyer’s remorse, a … Continue reading

Posted in Demographics, National Real Estate, Unrest | 112 Comments