Top 7 Tampa Real Estate Insider Predictions for 2016: Housing Market Trends, Home Sales, Mortgage Tax Breaks and More..
Buyers struggle to find more options in the Tampa Real Estate Market Buyers are out there, and the inventory is low – both nationally and in our region – for existing single-family homes. Those are two important facts to keep in mind if you are thinking of putting your home on the market. If you […]
I attended the National Association of Realtors conference a couple weeks ago here in Tampa, Fl. Lawrence Yun, the Chief Economic Advisor to the National Association of Realtors was the guest speaker. He had much more to say about the Tampa Real Estate market, however, I’ve been so busy showing properties I haven’t had time […]
Tampa’s Community Redevelopment Areas include: Central Park, Channel District, Downtown, Drew Park, East Tampa, Tampa Heights Riverfront, and Ybor Under the direction of the Community Redevelopment Agency Board, seven volunteer advisory boards made up of private citizens help provide community insight as the city works to improve the quality of life and economic vitality in […]
Economists’ Commentary: Housing Forecast for 2010-2011 By Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist Last year’s predictions indicated the boost to existing home sales could be more than 20 percent in the first half of 2010 from comparable period one year before. In 2011, new home sales could jump by nearly 50 percent, though from very depressed levels […]
Dr. Lawrence Yun, NAR Chief Economist gave a speech last week at the Greater Tampa Association of Realtors in Tampa. Myself, along with 200 other Real Estate agents attended the informative lecture pertaining to the Housing Market in Tampa. His main focus was to let Realtors know to inform clients that our Tampa Real Estate […]
In the latest National Association of Realtors (NAR) housing outlook, Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says, “Existing home sales could start to show a sustained increase within a few months, unless there are some additional economic problems or excessive inflationary pressure. We’re looking for essentially stable sales in the near term, before higher mortgage loan limits […]