A Nation of Million Dollar Cities

Housing is already unaffordable for many Americans, and it’s going to get worse.

According to a new report from online real estate company Zillow, there are currently 197 cities in the U.S. with a median home value of $1 million or more.

Amazingly 33 of those cities broke…

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Supply and Demand

Restrictive land-use rules can be a pain for developers, since it restricts their ability to build enough new housing to meet growing demand. But there is a silver lining for existing homeowners: higher home values.

According to data from online real estate company Zillow, as the economy has recovered…

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Housing Inventory Catches Up to Demand in New York City

New York City has been one of the nation’s tightest real estate markets for year, yet this is changing.

According to local real estate marketplace StreetEasy sales inventory reached new highs across the city over the last quarter, leading to a record number of homes offering price cuts

The…

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West Coast Sellers See Biggest Gains on Home Sales, Zillow Reports

Through 2017, the West Coast saw some of the biggest home value increases over the past decade, and home sellers are seeing big profits as a result, according to an analysis by online real estate company Zillow.

Nationally, home sellers last year made nearly $39,000, or 21 percent, when…

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