Baltimore housing market

Zillow Outlook for Spring 2023 Real Estate Market

March 1st, 2023

Zillow's outlook for the Spring 2023 housing market is optimistic - especially for sellers. There are very few homes for sale as we enter the Spring 2023 housing market, which could make for a competitive home buying market for buyers. In the Baltimore real estate market, for example, the Baltimore Home Demand Index February 2023 [...]

This Month in Real Estate November 2010

November 8th, 2010

This Month in Real Estate for November 2010 has been released. First, Jay Papasan shared from the National Association of REALTORS that home sales were up across the United States 7.6%. We've seen more Baltimore houses go under contract in October as well, and once those statistics are released later this week, I will compare [...]

This Month in Real Estate October 2010

October 5th, 2010

This Month in Real Estate for October 2010 is here, and is showcasing undervalued markets across the US. Pending home sales in the south, which the Baltimore housing market is part of, rose 1.2%, according to the National Association of REALTORS. Historically, more pending sales tend to eventually lead to higher prices, which is good [...]

Ten Reasons to Buy a Home

September 29th, 2010

The Wall Street Journal, tired of the doom & gloom, wrote an article on the ten reasons you SHOULD buy a home in this economy. Their ten reasons are good ones and have a lot of detail as to why they are true. Here are Brett Arends' WSJ headlines, and my takes on each. 1) [...]

Baltimore Home Sales Up 35% in April 2010

May 15th, 2010

Baltimore home sales were up 35% in April over March's sales as well as over April 2009 sales. This a telling sign that buyers were looking to take advantage of the ending homebuyer tax credit, as well as hopefully previewing that the economy is beginning a recovery. The Baltimore Business Journal reported this on information [...]

Baltimore Job Market Getting Better

April 30th, 2010

The Baltimore job market is getting better, according to headhunters in the Baltimore area. The Baltimore Business Journal reported that Maryland added 36,000 jobs in March, which is a great number. What that number doesn't state, but the headhunters do, is that many of those jobs are temporary or not "permanent hires". This means that [...]

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