Real Estate Roundup – May 19, 2017


Check out what we have in store for you this week!

Generation Z Likely to Alter U.S. Real Estate Landscape for Years to Come
According to Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate®, 82 percent of Generation Z believes homeownership is the most important factor in achieving the American Dream. But one of the most important characteristic of Gen Z is its symbiotic relationship with the digital world – how they buy homes will be drastically different than generations past.

4 tips for surviving the summer real estate market
Preparation will be critical to be competitive this summer. Keep these four tips in mind to show off your best skills and strategies as the weather, and the market, heats up.

Tech startup that matches buyers, sellers with real estate agents raises $27 million
Opcity, an Austin-based real estate startup that claims its technology can match qualified homebuyers and sellers with real estate agents in real-time, announced that it plans to grow its platform significantly, thanks to a sizeable capital raise.

Looking for an affordable house? 10 best cities for 1st-time homebuyers
Top 10 cities of 1st-time homebuyer markets

The week in real estate industry deals: May 8-12, 2017
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate® announced the addition of Apex Realty in Crofton, Maryland, to its franchise network. The newly named Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Live Well Group, led by broker Bryan Gleason and co-owners Jeff Caruso and Mark Somerville, will continue to serve Crofton in addition to the counties of Anne Arundel and Prince George.

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