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The Most-Loved Interior Styles in Every State

Minimalism, traditional, and Victorian interior home styles appear to be losing some appeal in favor of the public’s rising appreciation for the industrial aesthetic. Industrial decor is now the most popular interior design style in the country, according to a new report from Joybird, a furniture company. The industrial look has a factory feel with a…

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Investors Have Their Sights Set on Senior Housing

Investors are increasingly eyeing senior housing and plan to increase their buying within the sector over the next 12 months, according to the CBRE U.S. Seniors Housing & Care Investor Survey. Sixty-two percent of investors surveyed say they intend to increase the size of their portfolios with elderly living segments over the next year. “Senior housing…

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This Housing Trend May Radically Change Neighborhoods

Oregon is joining a growing movement to loosen up single-family zoning laws in order to ramp up homebuilding. While several cities have passed similar bills, Oregon could be the first to offer state-level legislation. Oregon’s House and Senate have passed a measure to require cities with more than 10,000 people to allow duplexes in areas…

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Brexit Uncertainty Still Impacting London’s Luxury Property Market

According to international real estate consultant Knight Frank, despite the unknown outcome of Brexit, underlying demand for London’s super-prime property remains resilient. Brexit-related uncertainty has curbed trading activity across all UK residential markets over the last 12 months. While London’s superprime (£10 million-plus, or $12.7m USD and higher) price bracket is no exception, it would…

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The Hottest Housing Markets Are Looking Very Different

Smaller markets known for greater affordability are growing in popularity among home shoppers. The Midwest and Northeast are outshining California markets, which have long dominated realtor.com®’s monthly list of the most bustling locales in the country. Realtor.com®’s list is based on the markets with the fastest sales and the highest number of website visits from house…

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6 in 10 renters fear they will never afford to own a home

A majority of people renting in the UK say they will never be able to afford a home – although they would like to buy their own place, according to a new YouGov survey on behalf of the HomeOwners Alliance and BLP Insurance Almost 4 in 10 of those renting also say they are stuck in cold, damp properties…