Today’s housing market is hostile to home buyers because not enough homes are for sale. Would-be buyers find themselves in bidding wars and competing against cash offers. Someday the path…
Home price growth rate in Winston-Salem area remains at levels last seen in mid-1970s
The Winston-Salem Association of Realtors reported Monday that the median home price in Forsyth was $281,895 in June and $268,774 in July.
Home sale prices remain on rise in Winston-Salem area
Guilford home sale prices stay on upward trend in second quarter
Triad housing market remains at low risk from pandemic impact
The Winston-Salem area continued to rank first — but barely — among North Carolina’s five main metro areas for rising home prices in April and May.
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In a typical year, the spring housing market is hotter than the other part of the year, meaning more homes are bought and sold during the period of mid-January (when the spring home buying market begins) through June, but not by much.
The cost of goods across industries is rising, leading to broader concerns about inflation and whether people will struggle to purchase the items they could afford in the past. But there are financial moves consumers can make to hedge against inflation. One of those strategies is to invest in real estate, especially when mortgage rates […]
If for-sale signs in front yards were creatures, they would have the life span of fruit flies. Among homes sold in March 2021, 83% had been on the market for…
Triad economic officials projected Monday limited — if any — economic spillover from the planned $1 billion East Coast campus of Apple in Wake…
Many would-be homeowners, particularly first-timer buyers, have met with frustration during the pandemic because of a low number of homes for sale and consistently rising prices.
Winston-Salem MSA tops the state's top-five metros in percentage of increase in sold home prices.
After a full year of working and schooling from home—and with many employers considering whether to continue remote work arrangements even after the pandemic is under control—living space is at a premium.
The Winston-Salem area housing market reached a recent peak median sale price of $169,500 during 2020, according to national real-estate resea…
The Winston-Salem area housing market closed out 2020 with a continuing surge in sales and median sales prices.