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    September 08, 2017 at 3:39 pm, Significant Percentage of Mortgages Carry Co-Borrowers - MortgageOrb said:

    […] Q2 2017 U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report from ATTOM Data Solutions found that 22.8% of all purchase loan originations on single family homes […]

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    September 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm, Should I Buy a Foreclosure? Seems Cheap! - Nail & Key said:

    […] * Data and graph taken from Atom Data Solutions. […]

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    September 12, 2017 at 4:41 am, 31% of LA Mortgages require Co-Borrower – El Segundo Bubble said:

    […] A recent study by ATTOM Data Solutions (supplier of property data) looked into recent mortgage activ… Here they are defining a co-borrower as multiple, non-married borrowers listed on the mortgage or deed of trust. So this isn’t a look at married applicants. This is a borrower using the credit worthiness of another person to get their loan approved. Could be an unmarried couple but most likely this is mom and dad putting their credit worthiness on the line. […]

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    September 29, 2017 at 4:05 am, October's the Best Time to Look for a First House | MagnifyMoney said:

    […] Trulia report aligns with an analysis released recently by ATTOM Data Solutions, a real estate database. ATTOM reported that home buyers […]

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    October 12, 2017 at 1:25 pm, What Tax Breaks Can I Get as a First-Time Homebuyer? – Veranda Ideas said:

    […] average American household paid $3,296 in local property taxes in 2016, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions, but your bill might be substantially higher in places with pricier homes or higher tax rates; the […]

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    October 16, 2017 at 3:03 pm, Foreclosure Timelines Hit New High as Foreclosure Activity Drops to 11-Year Low - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] With legacy foreclosures dwindling and delinquencies now near pre-crisis lows, it would make sense if foreclosure timelines were shortening, but apparently that’s not the case, according to the most recent quarterly foreclosure report from ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    October 17, 2017 at 4:50 am, Chicago Foreclosures Drop To Record Low - Getting Real said:

    […] Attom Data Solutions, which now owns RealtyTrac, and they typically only come out quarterly. The Q3 2017 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report™ was released last week and it highlights that the nation hit another 11 year low in foreclosure […]

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    October 17, 2017 at 8:01 am, Stessa Weekly Newsletter for October 17, 2017 - Stessa said:

    […] filings is now down to the lowest level in 11 years, reports world Property Journal, citing Attom Data Solutions’ Q3 2017 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report. Distressed properties with default notices, scheduled auctions or bank repossessions are down 13 […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 9:40 am, Investors push into a resurging market: House flipping – Finance News said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 9:41 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices | News Alley said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 9:45 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices | Park Funding Group said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 9:46 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices - Synergy Capital said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 9:50 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices - The Baltimore Post said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 9:57 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices - FOREXPARROT said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 10:09 am, Investors push into a resurging market: House flipping – Daily Mail News said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 10:54 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices | Fast Funder said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 11:54 am, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices – Finance Philosophy News said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 12:36 pm, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices – Global Financial Report said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 1:29 pm, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices – Jag Dior Perspectives said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 3:40 pm, Wealth Matters: Investors Push Into a Resurging Market: House Flipping - Synergy Capital said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 3:43 pm, Wealth Matters: Investors Push Into a Resurging Market: House Flipping | Park Funding Group said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 20, 2017 at 4:05 pm, Wealth Matters: Investors Push Into a Resurging Market: House Flipping | Fast Funder said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 21, 2017 at 6:06 am, Wealth Matters: Investors Push Into a Resurging Market: House Flipping | New York Financial said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 21, 2017 at 12:02 pm, House flipping is making a comeback thanks to rising home prices – Finance and Investment said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 23, 2017 at 1:19 am, Investors push into a resurging market: House flipping - Business Scene said:

    […] flipping has been active for decades, and it has been ticking up lately. Last year, 5.7 percent of all home sales were flips, the highest level since 2006, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property database. The […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 2:02 pm, Vacant Property Rate Increases From a Year Ago in 54 Percent of U.S. Local Housing Markets in Q3 2017 – Tammy Lathrop said:

    […] Source: Vacant Property Rate Increases From a Year Ago in 54 Percent of U.S. Local Housing Markets in Q3 201… […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 2:26 pm, Number of vacant homes in Las Vegas rises – Las Vegas Review Journal said:

    […] Some 2.17 percent of homes in the Las Vegas area, or a total of 14,334 properties, are vacant. That’s up from 2.15 percent of homes, or 13,896 properties, in 2016, according to a new report from housing tracker Attom Data Solutions. […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:25 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets – Earths Final Countdown said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:27 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets - said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:28 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets | ValuBit News said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:30 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets | Real Patriot News said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:30 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets - Telzilla said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:32 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets | ProTradingResearch said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 3:32 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets – newspaperperiod.com said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 4:01 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets - Political American said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 4:55 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets | Investing Daily News said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 5:00 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets – The Conservative Insider said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 5:00 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets | Wall Street Karma said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 26, 2017 at 10:15 pm, Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets - We Go Blog | Buzz said:

    […] to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the […]

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    October 30, 2017 at 4:33 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Still Claims the Nation's Three Hottest Housing Markets | Swim & Company said:

    […] to a report from ATTOM Data Solutions, there were 14,312 U.S. properties classified as zombie foreclosures at the end of the third […]

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    October 30, 2017 at 7:18 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Still Claims the Nation’s Three Hottest Housing Markets – Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] to a report from ATTOM Data Solutions, there were 14,312 U.S. properties classified as zombie foreclosures at the end of the third […]

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    October 30, 2017 at 3:01 pm, Zombie Pre-Foreclosures Down 22% From a Year Ago - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] About 1.4 million residential properties – or about 1.58% of all U.S. housing stock – were vacant during the third quarter, down 1.63% from the third quarter of 2016, according to a recent report from ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    October 31, 2017 at 1:10 pm, Weekly Link Round Up | Newburgh Restoration said:

    […] Arts Haven [WSJ] Is Buying an Entire Town the Next Status Symbol For the Ultra-Wealthy? [T&C] Vacant Property Rate Increases From a Year Ago in 54 Percent of U.S. Local Housing Markets […]

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    November 01, 2017 at 3:12 pm, Squatter attacks real estate agent with a rake, highlighting risks | 101 News said:

    […] being years out of the recession, Attom Data Solutions reports that the number of empty Las Vegas homes is up from last year. A total of 14,334 houses sit […]

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    November 10, 2017 at 3:08 pm, ATTOM: GOP Tax Plan Will Mostly Impact Luxury Housing Market - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] The luxury real estate market will be most impacted by the Republican tax proposal unveiled last week, according to a recent analysis from ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    November 16, 2017 at 3:13 pm, Real estate daily market update: November 16, 2017 | 101 News said:

    […] Attom Data Solutions: Seriously underwater U.S. properties decrease by 1.4 million from a year ago i… […]

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    November 17, 2017 at 8:12 am, Real estate daily market update: November 17, 2017 | 101 News said:

    […] Attom Data Solutions: Seriously underwater U.S. properties decrease by 1.4 million from a year ago i… […]

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    November 20, 2017 at 6:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: More Than Half of Bay Area Homeowners Are Now Equity-Rich | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Home Equity & Underwater report, which says that there were more than 14 million equity-rich homes in the third quarter, defined as […]

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    November 20, 2017 at 9:49 am, Housing inventory could improve with fewer underwater homes | GoCapWest.com said:

    […] the country, only 4.6 million homeowners carried outstanding mortgage balances that were at least 25 percent higher than their property […]

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    November 22, 2017 at 11:12 pm, The share of underwater homes has sunk by 2.1% | 101 News said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solution’s Q3 2017 U.S. Home Equity and Underwater Report, the number of homes seriously underwater has dropped from six million to 4.6 million — the […]

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    November 23, 2017 at 6:06 am, Democratic Voters Lose Out Under the GOP Tax Plans | Stories World said:

    […] In most markets, this affects few taxpayers since few home prices exceed that threshold. But data from ATTOM Data Solutions, which tracks property information, show that provision could hurt one-fifth or more of homebuyers […]

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    November 23, 2017 at 5:17 pm, The Big Blue Losers in the GOP Tax Plans – The Atlantic | | All Breaking News said:

    […] In most markets, this affects few taxpayers since few home prices exceed that threshold. But data from ATTOM Data Solutions, which tracks property information, show that provision could hurt one-fifth or more of homebuyers […]

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    November 24, 2017 at 12:51 am, 5 Costs to Consider When Buying a Home - Ruhl and Ruhl Realtors said:

    […] to another state. The average annual property tax in the U.S. in 2016 was $3,296, according to research from ATTOM Data Solutions. That’s an effective tax rate of 1.15%. The states with the […]

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    November 24, 2017 at 11:28 am, The tide is turning as 'underwater' homes dry up - RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News said:

    […] data from ATTOM Data Solutions’ third quarter 2017 Home Equity & Underwater report shows that there are now just 4.6 million properties in the U.S. that are considered to be […]

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    November 24, 2017 at 11:32 am, When Your Landlord Is Facing Foreclosure: Options for Tenants – Whether you're an Agent, Broker, Investor or Buyer, let Real Estate Business News be your #1 Resource! said:

    […] Foreclosure filings in the U.S. are at the lowest levels in 11 years, according to ATTOM Data Solutions, which curates a property database. Default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions occurred on just 191,824 properties in the third quarter this year – the lowest since the second quarter of 2006, and the fourth quarter in a row to have prerecession foreclosure levels – according to the report. […]

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    November 26, 2017 at 6:50 pm, Fewer NJ homes considered 'seriously underwater' said:

    […] According to new figures from online real estate database ATTOM Data Solutions, a little more than 163,000 properties with a mortgage in the Garden State were considered “seriously underwater” in the third quarter of 2017, meaning the homeowner owed at least 25 percent more on the mortgage than the home is worth. […]

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    November 26, 2017 at 7:01 pm, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: Seriously Underwater U.S. Properties Decrease by 1.4 Million From a Year Ago in Q3 2017 […]

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    November 27, 2017 at 1:57 am, New Jersey Fewer NJ homes considered 'seriously underwater' - USA NEWS said:

    […] According to new figures from online real estate database ATTOM Data Solutions, a little more than 163,000 properties with a mortgage in the Garden State were considered “seriously underwater” in the third quarter of 2017, meaning the homeowner owed at least 25 percent more on the mortgage than the home is worth. […]

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    November 29, 2017 at 12:41 pm, Interactive Map Shows Underwater Homes In Your Area - Paper Source Online said:

    […] underwater, which is down by more than 1.4 million properties from a year ago, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q3 2017 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report. That marks the biggest year-over-year drop since the second quarter of […]

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    December 06, 2017 at 5:00 am, Equity-Rich Properties Surge Nationwide said:

    […] Homeowners should be feeling richer. The share of equity-rich properties rose to a new high—26 percent of homeowners with a mortgage in the third quarter, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q3 2017 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report. […]

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    December 06, 2017 at 1:24 pm, County Properties | Equity-Rich Properties Surge Nationwide-find out your equity in San Diego said:

    […] Homeowners should be feeling richer. The share of equity-rich properties rose to a new high—26 percent of homeowners with a mortgage in the third quarter, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q3 2017 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report. […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 2:41 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now – H2O Of Live said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 5:45 am, Wealth Matters: Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | The Viral Info said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 6:06 am, Wealth Matters: Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | New York Financial said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 7:11 am, Wealth Matters: Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now – World News said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 7:23 am, Tax Modifications Are Coming Subsequent Yr, however You Can Plan for Them Now – News World said:

    […] nonetheless, have a median actual property tax that exceeds that quantity, in accordance with an analysis by Attom Knowledge Options. No. 1 is Westchester County, exterior New York Metropolis, at $16,500 a 12 […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 7:35 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 7:41 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | C cLear World said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 7:50 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for … – World News said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 7:52 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | today-news.eu said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 8:47 am, Tax changes are coming and you can plan for them now - Synergy Capital said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 8:49 am, Tax changes are coming and you can plan for them now | Fast Funder said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 8:51 am, Tax changes are coming and you can plan for them now | Park Funding Group said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 8:59 am, Tax changes are coming and you can plan for them now | Specialty Funding Group said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 9:07 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year – AcrossTheFader.BIZ said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 10:24 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | EASTSIDER NEWS said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 10:30 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now - salishnews.com said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 10:37 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | 3qds.com said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 10:56 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | Domaxter.com said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 11:44 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | newsmornings.com said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 1:11 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | newsheadlinesnow.xyz said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 5:39 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | geopost247.com said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 6:13 pm, Wealth Matters: Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now – The Weekly Options Trader said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 8:44 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now – Latest World News said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 8:57 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | premiernewstoday.com said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 07, 2017 at 9:07 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now said:

    […] estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York […]

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    December 08, 2017 at 2:53 pm, 7 Habits of Highly Effective Home Flippers - ATTOM Data Solutions said:

    […] and a year ago to the lowest in more than two years — since Q2 2015, according to the latest ATTOM Data Solutions U.S. Home Flipping Report. While a 47.7 percent return may sound great, most home flippers we talk to estimate that anywhere […]

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    December 08, 2017 at 6:34 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now – CHB Blog said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 09, 2017 at 4:20 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | nytimesnews.tk said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 09, 2017 at 10:53 am, 5 Reasons to Invest in the Hawaii Rental Market - Real Estate Information said:

    […] 66% of the country it is cheaper to buy than rent. However, in Hawaii, renting is cheaper. When rent is […]

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    December 09, 2017 at 12:21 pm, Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: U.S. Home flipping Returns Drop to Two-Year Low in Q3 2017 […]

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    December 10, 2017 at 4:45 am, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now - News.wikitimes.net said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 11, 2017 at 5:04 am, Real Estate Roundup: A Bay Area Home for Less Than $100,000? | Chris Swim & Tracy Keaton said:

    […] according to a recent ATTOM Data Solutions report, which says that home flips represented 5.1 percent of U.S. home sales in the third quarter, down […]

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    December 11, 2017 at 6:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: A Bay Area Home for Less Than $100,000? | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] according to a recent ATTOM Data Solutions report, which says that home flips represented 5.1 percent of U.S. home sales in the third quarter, down […]

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    December 12, 2017 at 7:13 am, Real estate daily market update: December 12, 2017 | 101 News said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions Q3 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report […]

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    December 13, 2017 at 7:13 am, Real estate daily market update: December 13, 2017 | 101 News said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions Q3 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report […]

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    December 13, 2017 at 8:33 am, How To Save for a House While Paying Off Student Loan Debt in 3 Simple Steps | Student Loan Hero said:

    […] Can you afford property tax payments which average $3,296 per home according to Attom Data Solutions […]

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    December 13, 2017 at 8:36 am, Pay Off Student Debt or Save For House? | Student Loan Hero said:

    […] Can you afford property tax payments which average $3,296 per home according to Attom Data Solutions […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 6:06 am, California, Bay Area Mortgage Delinquencies Continue to Drop | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] who have loans totaling 50 percent or less of the property’s estimated value. According to a recent ATTOM Data Solutions report 61 percent of borrowers in the San Jose metro area and 56.4 percent of mortgage holders in San […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 8:15 am, Real estate daily market update: December 14, 2017 | 101 News said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions Q3 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:23 am, House-flipper Thomas Bayles shares before-and-after photos | Android Lover said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:24 am, Finance: A real-estate broker quit his job to flip houses for a living and has made millions — see the before and after photos – Good Success NG said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:30 am, Finance: A real-estate broker quit his job to flip houses for a living and has made millions — see the before and after photos – Skytek said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:32 am, Finance: A real-estate broker quit his job to flip houses for a living and has made millions — see the before and after photos – DadBag said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:37 am, A real-estate broker quit his job to flip houses for a living and has made millions — see the before and after photos – L Technology Group said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:45 am, House-flipper Thomas Bayles shares before-and-after photos - WallstreetRag said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 11:52 am, A real-estate broker quit his job to flip houses for a living and has made millions — see the before and after photos | Story Battle said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 1:56 pm, Finance: This 31-year-old mortgage broker has made millions flipping homes — see the before and after photos – DadBag said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 2:08 pm, Finance: This 31-year-old mortgage broker has made millions flipping homes — see the before and after photos – Skytek said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 14, 2017 at 2:48 pm, Finance: This 31-year-old mortgage broker has made millions flipping homes — see the before and after photos – Techhorn said:

    […] houses is an increasingly popular side-hustle in the US. Last year, 5.7% of all home sales were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, a national property […]

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    December 15, 2017 at 4:44 am, Bay Area Homebuyers Still Lead the Nation for Down-Payment Size | Chris Swim & Tracy Keaton said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that the median down payment for single-family homes and condominiums was $20,000 in the third quarter, the highest since the company began tracking that data 17 years ago. That represents 7.6 percent of the national median sales price of $263,000, the largest percentage recorded since 2013. […]

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    December 15, 2017 at 6:06 am, Bay Area Homebuyers Still Lead the Nation for Down-Payment Size | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that the median down payment for single-family homes and condominiums was $20,000 in the third quarter, the highest since the company began tracking that data 17 years ago. That represents 7.6 percent of the national median sales price of $263,000, the largest percentage recorded since 2013. […]

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    December 15, 2017 at 7:13 am, Real estate daily market update: December 15, 2017 | 101 News said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions Q3 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report […]

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    December 16, 2017 at 10:03 am, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: Median Down Payment for U.S. Homes Purchased in Q3 2017 Increases to a New High of $20,000 […]

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    December 16, 2017 at 10:05 am, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Home Flippers […]

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    December 17, 2017 at 3:26 pm, Fixer-Uppers vs. Knock-‘Em-Downers – La Vie Collegienne said:

    […] houses, the obvious key is to make sure that you make a profit. And, clearly, many people are: home flipping hit a ten-year high in 2016. Making a profit, of course, requires the purchase cost plus the repair costs to come to less than […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 1:31 pm, Homebuyers plunking down more money for down payments said:

    […] The average U.S. homebuyer in the third quarter made a down payment that was higher than any other quarter since the first quarter of 2000, according to a new report. […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:02 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | ValuBit said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:07 pm, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill – Earths Final Countdown said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:10 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | ValuBitNews said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:14 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | Newzsentinel said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:16 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | StockTalk Journal said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:27 pm, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill – Novus Vero said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:29 pm, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | Investing Daily News said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:41 pm, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | Real Patriot News said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 8:43 pm, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill – Independent News Media said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 9:00 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill – Wall Street Karma said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 9:29 pm, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill – The Deplorable Patriots said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 10:17 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill | ProTradingResearch said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 11:00 pm, Here's An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill - Telzilla said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 18, 2017 at 11:59 pm, Wealth Matters: Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now – Planet News said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 19, 2017 at 12:04 am, Here’s An Interactive Map Of Which Housing Markets Get Hit The Most By The GOP Tax Bill – The Conservative Insider said:

    […] convinced they have the votes required to pass their tax reform legislation this week, the folks at ATTOM Data Solutions took a look at which housing markets will be most impacted by new limitations on mortgage interest […]

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    December 19, 2017 at 12:18 am, Wealth Matters: Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now | LTEshare said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 19, 2017 at 3:07 pm, Real Estate Roundup: A Bay Area Home for Less Than $100,000? | Payton + Binnings said:

    […] with Bay Area investors netting smaller profits than the national average. That’s according to a recent ATTOM Data Solutions report, which says that home flips represented 5.1 percent of U.S. home sales in the third quarter, down […]

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    December 19, 2017 at 3:28 pm, Bay Area Homebuyers Still Lead the Nation for Down-Payment Size | Kurt Piper Group said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that the median down payment for single-family homes and condominiums was $20,000 in the third quarter, the highest since the company began tracking that data 17 years ago. That represents 7.6 percent of the national median sales price of $263,000, the largest percentage recorded since 2013. […]

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    December 19, 2017 at 3:38 pm, Bay Area Home Buyers Still Lead the Nation for Down-Payment Size | Payton + Binnings said:

    […] in the third quarter, with Silicon Valley homebuyers putting down 12 times the national amount. ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that the median down payment for single-family homes and condominiums was $20,000 in the third […]

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    December 19, 2017 at 9:43 pm, Tax Changes Are Coming Next Year, but You Can Plan for Them Now - news said:

    […] of 100,000 or more, however, have an average real estate tax that exceeds that amount, according to an analysis by Attom Data Solutions. No. 1 is Westchester County, outside New York City, at $16,500 a year. The […]

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    December 21, 2017 at 2:59 pm, Tax Reform - Reference Page | Luxury Valley Homes Scottsdale said:

    […] Which Local Housing Markets Would Be Most Impacted by the GOP Tax Plan? The new tax code includes two changes to the income tax structure that could potentially have significant impacts on homeowners, and by extension the housing market. […]

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    December 21, 2017 at 9:20 pm, Tax reform 'going to hurt' New Jersey home values, analysts say said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions says nearly 4 percent of home sales in New Jersey this year involved mortgages of $750,000 or more. It says property tax bills exceed $10,000 on more than one of every four single-family homes and condos in the state – more than 630,000 households that will be clipped by deductibility limit, without even counting people’s state income taxes. […]

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    December 22, 2017 at 3:10 am, New Jersey Tax reform 'going to hurt' New Jersey home values, analysts say - USA NEWS said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions says nearly 4 percent of home sales in New Jersey this year involved mortgages of $750,000 or more. It says property tax bills exceed $10,000 on more than one of every four single-family homes and condos in the state – more than 630,000 households that will be clipped by deductibility limit, without even counting people’s state income taxes. […]

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    December 23, 2017 at 8:39 pm, House flipping profits are down: proceed with caution before you flip - Loca.Space said:

    […] new report from ATTOM Data Solutions reveals interesting news about home flipping. In the third quarter of […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 8:01 am, Tax Reform & Housing: A Reference Guide | Erica Slater Marshall - Realtor said:

    […] Which Local Housing Markets Would Be Most Impacted by the GOP Tax Plan? The new tax code includes two changes to the income tax structure that could potentially have significant impacts on homeowners, and by extension the housing market. […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 12:46 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q | ValuBitNews said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 12:52 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q | ValuBit said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:00 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q – Wall Street Karma said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:01 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q - Telzilla said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:02 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q - Political American said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:13 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q – Novus Vero said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:14 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q | Newzsentinel said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:17 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q – Earths Final Countdown said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:19 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q | StockTalk Journal said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:20 pm, Christie directs all NJ towns to accept prepaid property taxes said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions statistics show that property tax bills alone exceed $10,000 on roughly 25 percent of single-family homes and condominiums in New Jersey. […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:40 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q – Independent News Media said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 1:49 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q | Real Patriot News said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 2:17 pm, Tax Plan Jitters Cause Sudden Collapse In Manhattan Apartment Prices In 4Q | ProTradingResearch said:

    […] under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive maps from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    December 27, 2017 at 9:11 pm, New Jersey Christie directs all NJ towns to accept prepaid property taxes - USA NEWS said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions statistics show that property tax bills alone exceed $10,000 on roughly 25 percent of single-family homes and condominiums in New Jersey. […]

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    December 28, 2017 at 4:33 pm, New Tax Law Could Hurt New and Middle-Class Homebuyers | The California Report | KQED News said:

    […] Contra Costa County, only 17.5 percent of home purchase loans this year were over $750,000, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. In Solano County this year, just 26 new home loans were over that amount. But in San Francisco, […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 6:37 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll – Earths Final Countdown said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

    Reply

    January 03, 2018 at 6:47 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll | ValuBitNews said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

    Reply

    January 03, 2018 at 6:50 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll | Investing Daily News said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 6:59 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll – Wall Street Karma said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 7:17 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll | StockTalk Journal said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 7:27 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll | WarMachines.com said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 7:56 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll | Real Patriot News said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 8:06 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll – The Conservative Insider said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 8:17 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll | ProTradingResearch said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 8:20 pm, NYC Apartment Sales Collapse 25% In Q4 As Trump Tax Plan Takes Its Toll – TradingCheatSheet said:

    […] coming under pressure should come as little surprise as we noted the following interactive map from ATTOM Data Solutions last week which perfectly illustrated just how concentrated mortgages over $750,000 are in a […]

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    January 03, 2018 at 10:01 pm, Homebuyers increasing percentage of down payment · Pennsylvania Association of Realtors said:

    […] ATTOM Realty Solutions found that the median down payment for single-family homes and condos was $20,000 for the third quarter of 2017, an increase of nearly $2,000 from the second quarter, and up more than $5,000 year-to-year. It’s a new high since the company began tracking in the first quarter of 2000. In 12 of the 99 metro areas analyzed, the median down payment surpassed $50,000. […]

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    January 04, 2018 at 3:31 pm, Tax Reform & Housing: A Reference Guide (Part 2) said:

    […] Which Local Housing Markets Would Be Most Impacted by the GOP Tax Plan? The new tax code includes two changes to the income tax structure that could potentially have significant impacts on homeowners, and by extension the housing market. […]

    Reply

    January 05, 2018 at 12:37 pm, 4 Things You Should Do When Facing Foreclosure - All Consuming said:

    […] certainly not alone in your struggles. About 933,045 U.S. properties were foreclosed on in 2016. The good news is that only about two-thirds of these properties […]

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    January 05, 2018 at 1:49 pm, Number of U.S. renters declines for first time in 13 years | Maureen Mengel said:

    […] rates, meanwhile, hit an 11-year low in the third quarter of 2017, an indication that fewer homeowners were moving — reluctantly, […]

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    January 05, 2018 at 5:12 pm, Number of U.S. renters declines for first time in 13 years | 101 News said:

    […] rates, meanwhile, hit an 11-year low in the third quarter of 2017, an indication that fewer homeowners were moving — reluctantly, […]

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    January 05, 2018 at 9:10 pm, South Atlanta Real Estate Investors Association | Seven Habits of Highly Effective Flippers said:

    […] it’s gotten a lot more tough recently with the tight housing market we’re experiencing.  Today’s infographic from ATTOM Data Solutions talks about the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Flippers.  Happy flipping……and Happy […]

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    January 06, 2018 at 9:25 am, Seven Habits of Highly Effective Flippers – Real Estate Investor Updates said:

    […] gotten a lot more tough recently with the tight housing market we’re experiencing.  Today’s infographic from ATTOM Data Solutions talks about the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Flippers.  Happy flipping……and Happy […]

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    January 07, 2018 at 7:57 pm, Housing by the Numbers: January 6, 2018 - Isabel Wang said:

    […] not the month. ATTOM Data says that in 2017, there was a 123% increase in home purchases by buyers named April in Washington […]

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    January 09, 2018 at 10:24 am, Overpriced housing in the Washington area puts damper on home flipping | GreetingsVirginia Advice said:

    […] flippers and landlords are joining the market at an incredible rate. Attom Data just reported that returns on home flipping continue to shrink. But the real worry is that they […]

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    January 09, 2018 at 11:04 pm, Best Arlington Homes – Here’s How the Tax Bill Affects the Real Estate Market said:

    […] about 3.9 percent of home loans exceed $750,000, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. That figure varies in Long & Foster’s markets along the East Coast, from sub-1.0 percent in […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 8:28 am, California, Bay Area Mortgage Delinquencies Continue to Drop | Kurt Piper Group said:

    […] those who have loans totaling 50 percent or less of the property’s estimated value. According to a recent ATTOM Data Solutions report 61 percent of borrowers in the San Jose metro area and 56.4 percent of mortgage holders in San […]

    Reply

    January 10, 2018 at 9:11 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy | Wealth & Knowledge Report said:

    […] (64%) live in a county where renting takes up a smaller portion of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a report released Thursday by real estate data firm Attom Data Solutions. And yet in more than half (54%) of housing markets […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 9:33 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy | Tradepreneurs said:

    […] (64%) live in a county where renting takes up a smaller portion of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a report released Thursday by real estate data firm Attom Data Solutions. And yet in more than half (54%) of housing markets […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 9:52 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy | Trading After Retirement said:

    […] (64%) live in a county where renting takes up a smaller portion of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a report released Thursday by real estate data firm Attom Data Solutions. And yet in more than half (54%) of housing markets […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 10:20 pm, Westchester, Home of America’s Highest Property Taxes, Braces for a Hit – i24news said:

    […] The tax changes hit Westchester — just north of New York City and home to many Wall Street executives — especially hard. Only $10,000 of state and local taxes can be deducted on federal returns, potentially raising the income-tax burden for the 73 percent of Westchester homeowners whose local levies exceed that amount, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 10:32 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy - IndianTaxHome said:

    […] (64%) live in a county where renting takes up a smaller portion of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a report released Thursday by real estate data firm Attom Data Solutions. And yet in more than half (54%) of housing markets […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 10:35 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy | g6 said:

    […] (64%) live in a county where renting takes up a smaller portion of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a report released Thursday by real estate data firm Attom Data Solutions. And yet in more than half (54%) of housing markets […]

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    January 10, 2018 at 11:18 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy – Retirement Cheat Sheet said:

    […] live in a county where renting takes up a smaller portion of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a report released Thursday by real estate data firm Attom Data Solutions. And yet in more than half (54%) of housing markets […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 12:32 am, Owning Is Cheaper Than Renting In Over Half Of US Counties - Minnesota Real Estate Broker Blog said:

    […] renting is often seen as a more affordable alternative to buying. But as ATTOM Data Solutions latest rental affordability report shows, that isn’t necessarily true for a good chunk of the […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 1:44 am, Westchester, Home of America's Highest Property Taxes, Braces for a Hit - The Money Street said:

    […] The tax changes hit Westchester — just north of New York City and home to many Wall Street executives — especially hard. Only $10,000 of state and local taxes can be deducted on federal returns, potentially raising the income-tax burden for the 73 percent of Westchester homeowners whose local levies exceed that amount, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 7:49 am, Owning is cheaper than renting in over half of US counties - Randle Report said:

    […] renting is often seen as a more affordable alternative to buying. But as ATTOM Data Solutions latest rental affordability report shows, that isn’t necessarily true for a good chunk of the […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 1:49 pm, 10 housing markets where it’s cheaper to own than rent – Reidod said:

    […] In an analysis of the top 447 U.S. counties, 240, or 54%, Attom Data Solutions found homeownership was more affordable than renting. A year ago, homeownership was more affordable in 66% of counties. […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 2:41 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House | newszero.com said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 2:46 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House | geopost247.com said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 2:48 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House - Day Trader Site said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 3:16 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House | newsmornings.com said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 7:48 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House – DollarViral said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 11, 2018 at 8:16 pm, Why it makes more sense to rent than buy | Virmmac | Virtual IR, Marketing, Media and Administration CenterVirmmac | Virtual IR, Marketing, Media and Administration Center said:

    […] live in a county where renting takes adult a smaller apportionment of one’s paycheck than buying, according to a news expelled Thursday by genuine estate information organisation Attom Data Solutions. And nonetheless in some-more than […]

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    January 12, 2018 at 1:14 am, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House – FiveStarsTV said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 12, 2018 at 9:47 am, Buying a Home Is More Affordable Than Renting in These U.S. Markets - American Mortgage Corporation said:

    […] According to analysis of 447 counties by ATTOM Data Solutions, buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 counties, or 54 percent of the total housing markets. However, renting is more affordable than buying a home in the 14 most populated counties and in 30 of 39 counties with a population of one million or more. This includes some of the most expensive markets, including the San Jose, Seattle, San Francisco and New York City metro areas, as well as California’s Los Angeles and San Diego Counties. […]

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    January 12, 2018 at 12:11 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House - Randle Report said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 13, 2018 at 6:06 pm, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: Buying a Home More Affordable Than Renting in 54 Percent of U.S. Markets […]

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    January 13, 2018 at 10:40 pm, Housing by the Numbers: Jan 12, 2018 - Isabel Wang said:

    […] Association of Realtors is touting ATTOM Data’s finding that buying is cheaper than renting in 54% of 447 counties it analyzed. While this is true, it […]

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    January 15, 2018 at 8:21 am, Vacant, Neglected, Destructive: How Richmond’s abandoned homes became fire hazards | Richmond Confidential said:

    […] of this complex and thorny period, almost 3 million homes went into foreclosure, according to ATTOM Data Solutions, and local governments were in no position to handle the onslaught of vacant homes. […]

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    January 16, 2018 at 4:44 am, Buying More Affordable Than Rent In Most Markets • Western Nevada Real Estate - Dale Armstrong said:

    […] When it comes time to make a move, most of us are choosing between renting a place or buying a house. And making that calculation has a lot to do with where you are in your life and what your goals are. But it also has a lot to do with your financial situation. Because of this, ATTOM Data Solutions analyzes the average rent for a three-bedroom property, weekly wage data, and home price information in 540 counties nationwide in an effort to determine whether renting or buying is the more affordable choice. According to their most recent Rental Affordability Report, buying a home is still the more affordable choice in a majority of markets. However, the data is a bit more complicated than that. In fact, though buying is more affordable in the majority of markets, it isn’t in a lot of the country’s most populated counties. The data shows that many markets where the population is above 1 million have affordability challenges not seen in areas further from major metropolitan centers. More here. […]

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    January 16, 2018 at 8:28 am, Don't Buy a House Until You Check This Map - Life Money Stuff said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 16, 2018 at 11:49 am, Buying More Affordable Than Rent In Most Markets | GEFF KINNAMAN said:

    […] When it comes time to make a move, most of us are choosing between renting a place or buying a house. And making that calculation has a lot to do with where you are in your life and what your goals are. But it also has a lot to do with your financial situation. Because of this, ATTOM Data Solutions analyzes the average rent for a three-bedroom property, weekly wage data, and home price information in 540 counties nationwide in an effort to determine whether renting or buying is the more affordable choice. According to their most recent Rental Affordability Report, buying a home is still the more affordable choice in a majority of markets. However, the data is a bit more complicated than that. In fact, though buying is more affordable in the majority of markets, it isn’t in a lot of the country’s most populated counties. The data shows that many markets where the population is above 1 million have affordability challenges not seen in areas further from major metropolitan centers. More here. […]

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    January 17, 2018 at 9:05 am, Down Payments Reached a New Peak in 2017 - Banker & Tradesman said:

    […] payments are expected to continue to rise as home prices appreciate in the new year. The report also found that 23.4 percent of all purchase […]

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    January 17, 2018 at 9:21 pm, NJ foreclosure rate tops the nation in 2017, report finds said:

    […] to online real estate tracker ATTOM Data Solutions, New Jersey had the highest rate of foreclosure activity among the 50 states and D.C. in 2017 — 1.61 percent of all housing units, compared to a rate of […]

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    January 18, 2018 at 8:50 am, US And Chicago Foreclosure Activity Continues To Plummet said:

    […] anyway – so much so that Attom Data Solutions (the parent of RealtyTrac) now only releases their US Foreclosure Market Report once every quarter. Their year end report, released today, contains the graph below, which shows […]

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    January 18, 2018 at 5:05 pm, Buying a House with a Little Help from Your Friends and Relatives: Pt. 2 said:

    […] home prices have risen, so, too, has the number of people buying a home with a co-borrower. Last week, we talked with Prosperity Home Mortgage about the process of buying a home with a […]

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    January 19, 2018 at 7:03 pm, Foreclosure Filings Fell 27% in 2017 to Reach Lowest Level Since 2005 - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] The total number of foreclosure filings – including default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions – on U.S. residential properties decreased 27% in 2017 compared with 2016, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    January 20, 2018 at 1:32 pm, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: U.S. Foreclosure Activity Drops to 12-Year Low in 2017 […]

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    January 21, 2018 at 4:10 am, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House | yournews247.com said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 21, 2018 at 10:03 am, Forecast for the 2018 Housing Market - How bad can it get? said:

    […] of our partners, ATTOM Data Solutions, analyzed the impact and found it would have affected 99,000 home purchases or 3.9 percent of home […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:00 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Real Estate with Keeping Current Matters said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:02 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Mike Smalley Mortgage Team - Mortgage Advisor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:02 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Toby Robinson said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:03 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - DUSTIN A. PURTAN said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:04 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - John La Mattery Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:05 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Retama Springs Selma Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:06 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Chris Collins Real Estate Agent San Antonio said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:07 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Leslie Caldaronello said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:09 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Mortgage – St. George Utah – Mortgages said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:10 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - A.Z. & Associates Real Estate Group said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:12 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:13 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Dan Alon said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:13 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | RIGHT HAND REALTY said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:17 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Chad Lewin said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:18 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Search for Las Vegas Homes MLS said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:21 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Waterstone Mortgage Blog said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:25 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Lorraine Cruz said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:28 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Erika Kauzlarich-Bird said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:30 am, Keeping Current Matters | Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:33 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – J.R.Heller – Changing Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:34 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – 703 Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:40 am, Bridge Builders™ » Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:40 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Marcelo Canel said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 3:49 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Parker Kennedy Realty said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:01 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Team Idaho Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:05 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Herbert Riggs Realtor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:05 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Keeping Current Matters said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:06 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:06 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Talbot County Real Estate, Julie Ann Stevenson Realtor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:08 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – The Conway Group @ Keller Williams Consultants Realty said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:20 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – In the Know With Misty said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:31 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Nick Pedrick Real Estate Professional said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:32 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Pineapple Homes LLC said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 4:34 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Starting Salaries Are the Highest in the U.S. | Chris Swim & Tracy Keaton said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ Year-End 2017 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report says that there were a total of 676,535 default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions last year, representing 0.51 percent of all housing units. Foreclosure activity declined 27 percent year over year and is down 76 percent from its 2010 peak, when nearly 3 million properties were in some state of distress. […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:01 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Las Vegas Broker said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:03 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties ~ The MAC Group said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:05 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties—NWI Loan Guy Blog said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Starting Salaries Are the Highest in the U.S. | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ Year-End 2017 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report says that there were a total of 676,535 default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions last year, representing 0.51 percent of all housing units. Foreclosure activity declined 27 percent year over year and is down 76 percent from its 2010 peak, when nearly 3 million properties were in some state of distress. […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:10 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Kasner Properties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:12 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Erica Slater Marshall - Realtor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:31 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Benjamin Gleeson said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:50 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Loan Beach said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:56 am, Attention Boston luxury renters: More affordable to buy | Boston Luxury Condos for Sale said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 5:58 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Edmond and OKC Metro Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 6:01 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Houston Long Realtor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 6:04 am, Comprar una casa es más económico que alquilar en 54 % de los condados estadounidenses – Educasas.com said:

    […] el Informe ‘2018 Rental Affordability’ (asequibilidad del alquiler 2018) de ATTOM Data Solutions, “comprar una casa de precio-medio […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 6:05 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Elevation Realty said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 6:07 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Redefining Real Estate in Your Favor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 6:28 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Starting Salaries Are the Highest in the U.S. | Kurt Piper Group said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ Year-End 2017 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report says that there were a total of 676,535 default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions last year, representing 0.51 percent of all housing units. Foreclosure activity declined 27 percent year over year and is down 76 percent from its 2010 peak, when nearly 3 million properties were in some state of distress. […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 6:51 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Fort Mill Real Estate Blog said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:00 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Buying and Selling Homes in Tallahassee - Cobb Realty said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:21 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Sue Leonard: Expert Delray Real Estate Services said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:27 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Lawrence "Cas" Casanova said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:27 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Jeremy Glass Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:30 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Reno Real Estate News said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:35 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – 1VegasMLS.com said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:53 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Igor Simunovic | Schmidt Mortgage Company said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 22, 2018 at 7:57 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Grayson Hodge Mortgage Professional said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 23, 2018 at 5:26 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Brandon Lamar said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 23, 2018 at 5:28 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | DeAnna Morgan said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 23, 2018 at 3:00 pm, ATTOM: Average Time to Foreclose Reached More than 1,000 Days in Q4 - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] Although the the total number of foreclosure actions on residential properties throughout the U.S. continued to decrease in 2017 – down 27% from 2016 and down 76% from the peak in 2010 to reach a 12-year low – the average number of days to complete a foreclosure reached the highest point since 2007, according to ATOM Data Solutions’ recently released year-end foreclosure report. […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 7:45 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Shirley Hicks & Michelle Hicks - RE/MAX Elite Properties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 10:18 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | The Petersen Group- Your Utah Realtors said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 1:07 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Altitude Homes | said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 1:37 pm, Florida Bond For First Time Homebuyers – Melody Bennett-Smith REALTOR® said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 3:05 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Darren Ahearn said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 6:16 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Carlos Lopez Your Local Re/Max Agent said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 24, 2018 at 7:42 pm, Nova Real Estate - Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 25, 2018 at 3:09 am, Looking for a home? New report may tell you whether it’s best to buy or rent in your market | TNHeadlines said:

    […] For the full report, visit: https://www.attomdata.com/news/affordability/2018-rental-affordability-report/. […]

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    January 25, 2018 at 4:59 am, Looking for a home? New report may tell you whether it’s best to buy or rent in your market | GreetingsVirginia Advice said:

    […] For the full report, visit: https://www.attomdata.com/news/affordability/2018-rental-affordability-report/. […]

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    January 25, 2018 at 11:33 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Your New Home Team with Remax Premier said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 25, 2018 at 1:22 pm, Ten years after foreclosures hit Cleveland hard, full recovery remains elusive - Home Security News said:

    […] dilemma for people making a decision on where to live, but The Washington Postpoints to a new tool from ATTOM Data Solutions, an Irvine, Calif.-based firm that assembles and analyzes its database of […]

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    January 25, 2018 at 1:51 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Realty Local News said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 25, 2018 at 5:42 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Thorsten Koester - Luxury Pinellas Homes said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 26, 2018 at 6:43 am, How a red-hot housing market became a crisis - said:

    […] nationally has fallen from 31.4 percent in 2012 to about 10 percent today. Foreclosures are at an 11-year low. Banks are more regulated, lenders more careful about handing out loans. Even Las Vegas has a […]

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    January 26, 2018 at 10:52 am, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House | Elpublicante.net said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 26, 2018 at 1:18 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - East Bay Homes said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 26, 2018 at 6:19 pm, Check This Map Before Deciding Whether To Rent Or Buy A House | truthtavern.com said:

    […] about you ― you probably already know you’ll be a renter for the foreseeable future. But in 54 percent of the nation’s housing markets, it’s still more affordable to buy than rent, according to a 2018 rental affordability report from Attom Data […]

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    January 29, 2018 at 2:49 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Andrey Gulyy Real Estate said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 29, 2018 at 9:38 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - WoodsEdge Properties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 29, 2018 at 7:54 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Kasama Lee, Realtor said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 30, 2018 at 4:22 am, Greater Baton Rouge Home Sales 2017 Year In Review Part 1 said:

    […] sold in default, not flooded-abandoned or flooded-gutted sales to investors. National reports show U.S. Foreclosure Activity Drops to More Than 11-Year Low in Q3 2017. U.S. image below source is this attomdata article. So, why do these real estate investing […]

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    January 30, 2018 at 4:22 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | Margo Borkin said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 30, 2018 at 4:31 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – Jared Kim said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    January 31, 2018 at 7:51 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties - Rebecca Smith, REALTOR® said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    February 01, 2018 at 7:55 am, 2017 Home Sales Returns Hit Pre-Crash Highs - Minnesota Real Estate Broker Blog said:

    […] in 2017 got the highest return on their investment since before the housing crisis, according to a report from property database Attom Data […]

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    February 01, 2018 at 5:42 pm, 2017 home sales returns hit pre-crash highs – Refi YES! said:

    […] in 2017 got the highest return on their investment since before the housing crisis, according to a report from property database Attom Data […]

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    February 02, 2018 at 5:54 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties – RE/MAX Patriot Realty :: The Patriot Realty said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    February 03, 2018 at 8:47 am, Renting vs. Owning a home - Ralph Hegreness said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    February 03, 2018 at 10:24 am, It’s the Best Time to Sell in a Decade said:

    […] Source: ATTOM Data Solutions  […]

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    February 04, 2018 at 3:18 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US CountiesTristan Bills said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 4:53 am, Home Sellers Realize Highest Return Since 2007 • Western Nevada Real Estate - Dale Armstrong said:

    […] Naturally, as home prices have increased, so too has the amount of profit homeowners see when they sell their home. Now, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions, homeowner profits have reached their highest point in more than 10 years. In fact, according to their Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report, the average home seller profit has reached 29.7 percent return on investment compared to the original purchase point. Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, says now is the most profitable time to sell in years but homeowners aren’t moving as often as they used to. “It’s the most profitable time to sell a home in more than 10 years yet homeowners are staying put longer than we’ve ever seen,” Blomquist said. “While home sellers on the West Coast are realizing the biggest profits, rapid home price appreciation in red state markets is rivaling that of the high-flying coastal markets and producing sizable profits for home sellers in those middle-American markets as well.” More here. […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 4:55 am, Home Sellers Realize Highest Return Since 2007 | Menu Realty said:

    […] Naturally, as home prices have increased, so too has the amount of profit homeowners see when they sell their home. Now, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions, homeowner profits have reached their highest point in more than 10 years. In fact, according to their Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report, the average home seller profit has reached 29.7 percent return on investment compared to the original purchase point. Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, says now is the most profitable time to sell in years but homeowners aren’t moving as often as they used to. “It’s the most profitable time to sell a home in more than 10 years yet homeowners are staying put longer than we’ve ever seen,” Blomquist said. “While home sellers on the West Coast are realizing the biggest profits, rapid home price appreciation in red state markets is rivaling that of the high-flying coastal markets and producing sizable profits for home sellers in those middle-American markets as well.” More here. […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 5:15 am, Home Sellers Realize Highest Return Since 2007 | Dominique Delcourt said:

    […] Naturally, as home prices have increased, so too has the amount of profit homeowners see when they sell their home. Now, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions, homeowner profits have reached their highest point in more than 10 years. In fact, according to their Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report, the average home seller profit has reached 29.7 percent return on investment compared to the original purchase point. Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, says now is the most profitable time to sell in years but homeowners aren’t moving as often as they used to. “It’s the most profitable time to sell a home in more than 10 years yet homeowners are staying put longer than we’ve ever seen,” Blomquist said. “While home sellers on the West Coast are realizing the biggest profits, rapid home price appreciation in red state markets is rivaling that of the high-flying coastal markets and producing sizable profits for home sellers in those middle-American markets as well.” More here. […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 7:04 am, Home Sellers Realize Highest Return Since 2007 | GEFF KINNAMAN said:

    […] Naturally, as home prices have increased, so too has the amount of profit homeowners see when they sell their home. Now, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions, homeowner profits have reached their highest point in more than 10 years. In fact, according to their Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report, the average home seller profit has reached 29.7 percent return on investment compared to the original purchase point. Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, says now is the most profitable time to sell in years but homeowners aren’t moving as often as they used to. “It’s the most profitable time to sell a home in more than 10 years yet homeowners are staying put longer than we’ve ever seen,” Blomquist said. “While home sellers on the West Coast are realizing the biggest profits, rapid home price appreciation in red state markets is rivaling that of the high-flying coastal markets and producing sizable profits for home sellers in those middle-American markets as well.” More here. […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 4:37 pm, King County housing market kicks off 2018 even hotter than before, as Seattle breaks price record – Zulez said:

    […] metro area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth highest-rate of any region in the country, according to Attom Data Solutions — behind only the California markets of San Francisco, San Jose and Merced. But people in a […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 5:08 pm, Housing by the Numbers: Feb 5, 2018 - Isabel Wang said:

    […] to ATTOM Data, that’s Seattle’s average home sale profit. ATTOM says nationwide, home sale ROI is at […]

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    February 05, 2018 at 9:04 pm, Trump’s lawyers want him to refuse Mueller interview request: NY Times – 06.02.2018 Nr.037 Anul XX/ Anul XXIX- RadioMetafora.ro said:

    […] metro area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to Attom Data Solutions — behind only the California markets of San Francisco, San Jose and Merced. But people in a […]

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    February 06, 2018 at 6:06 am, Bay Area Home Sellers Again Led the Nation for Profits in 2017 | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ year-end Home Sales Report says that homeowners who sold their properties in the fourth quarter of 2017 realized an average return on investment of $54,000, up on both a quarterly and annual basis. That represents a 29.7 percent profit since the time of purchase, the highest since the third quarter of 2007. […]

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    February 06, 2018 at 6:25 am, Now is the most profitable time to sell in 10 years, experts say - RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News said:

    […] sell can generate much more profit now than they could at any time in the last decade, according to new data from ATTOM Data Solutions Q4 2017 Home Sales […]

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    February 06, 2018 at 5:04 pm, King County housing market kicks off 2018 even hotter than before, as Seattle breaks price record | My Home Group said:

    […] metro area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to Attom Data Solutions — behind only the California markets of San Francisco, San Jose and Merced. But people in a […]

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    February 07, 2018 at 9:21 pm, Local Market Update - February 2018 | Caleb Jessup | PNWluxury said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 08, 2018 at 8:18 am, Seattle / Eastside Market Report – February 2018 - Stephanie Kristen said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 08, 2018 at 4:56 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Susie Ross said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 3:00 am, Sellers seeing high price gain on homes · Pennsylvania Association of Realtors said:

    […] home price gain of $54,000 was an increase of $268 from the third quarter of 2017, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’Year-End and Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report. The average seller received nearly 30 percent return on investment compared to what they purchased […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 6:00 am, The U.S. Housing Market 2018: Boom or Bust? - eCommission Blog: Educational and Informative Posts for Real Estate Professionals said:

    […] well as income and sales taxes) at $10,000. This won’t help many homeowners: ATTOM Data Solutions reports that more than 4 million Americans pay more than $10,000 in property taxes […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 1:48 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 1:49 pm, Buy or rent? The choice is clear in much of the state | CalHomeNews said:

    […] Well, for a large majority of consumers in most regions of the Golden State, renting is a better financial choice than buying, according to the ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report. […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 3:53 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Sandy Nicholls said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 4:32 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Keith Childress said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 09, 2018 at 5:07 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Sheri Putzke said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 13, 2018 at 9:42 am, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Oline Shaw said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 14, 2018 at 10:42 am, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Oleg Doukhnevitch said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 15, 2018 at 8:45 am, Local Market Update - February 2018 - Marilena Sirbu said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 15, 2018 at 12:16 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 - David Hogan said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 15, 2018 at 3:56 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Grace Currier said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 15, 2018 at 4:35 pm, Local Market Update – February 2018 | Jackie Ramirez said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 15, 2018 at 9:55 pm, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting In 54% Of US Counties | 702 Premier Properties said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    February 16, 2018 at 2:08 am, Home Sellers Realize Highest Return Since 2007 | Citadel said:

    […] Naturally, as home prices have increased, so too has the amount of profit homeowners see when they sell their home. Now, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions, homeowner profits have reached their highest point in more than 10 years. In fact, according to their Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales Report, the average home seller profit has reached 29.7 percent return on investment compared to the original purchase point. Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, says now is the most profitable time to sell in years but homeowners aren’t moving as often as they used to. “It’s the most profitable time to sell a home in more than 10 years yet homeowners are staying put longer than we’ve ever seen,” Blomquist said. “While home sellers on the West Coast are realizing the biggest profits, rapid home price appreciation in red state markets is rivaling that of the high-flying coastal markets and producing sizable profits for home sellers in those middle-American markets as well.” More here. […]

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    February 16, 2018 at 2:26 pm, Local Market Update-February 2018 | Jason Cook Real Estate said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 16, 2018 at 2:31 pm, Seattle Bellevue home values said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 21, 2018 at 10:28 am, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Kim Gervasoni said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 21, 2018 at 2:21 pm, Tax reform on Real Estate Market – Keller Williams Westland Realty said:

    […] Which Local Housing Markets Would Be Most Impacted by the GOP Tax Plan? The new tax code includes two changes to the income tax structure that could potentially have significant impacts on homeowners, and by extension the housing market. […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 8:59 am, Home Appreciation Near Environmental Hazards Outpaces Overall US Market - Commercial Record said:

    […] Median home prices in U.S. ZIP codes in the top 20th percentile for environmental hazard risk appreciated at a faster pace than the overall U.S housing market over the past year, past five years and past 10 years, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 9:09 am, Home Appreciation Near Environmental Hazards Outpaces Overall US Market - Banker & Tradesman said:

    […] Median home prices in U.S. ZIP codes in the top 20th percentile for environmental hazard risk appreciated at a faster pace than the overall U.S housing market over the past year, past five years and past 10 years, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 1:32 pm, Why Man-Made Hazards Aren't Deterring Buyers in Pricey Areas | realtor.com® said:

    […] pollution) rose at a slightly higher rate, 7.4%, compared with the previous year, according to a recent report from real estate information provider ATTOM Data Solutions. Meanwhile, appreciation in the overall […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 1:51 pm, Why Man-Made Hazards Aren’t Deterring Buyers in Pricey Areas – Teamlegg said:

    […] pollution) rose at a slightly higher rate, 7.4%, compared with the previous year, according to a recent report from real estate information provider ATTOM Data Solutions. Meanwhile, appreciation in the overall […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 2:05 pm, Why Man-Made Hazards Aren’t Deterring Buyers in Pricey Areas – Amy Pecoraro said:

    […] pollution) rose at a slightly higher rate, 7.4%, compared with the previous year, according to a recent report from real estate information provider ATTOM Data Solutions. Meanwhile, appreciation in the overall […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 2:11 pm, Why Man-Made Hazards Aren’t Deterring Buyers in Pricey Areas - Stoll Real Estate said:

    […] pollution) rose at a slightly higher rate, 7.4%, compared with the previous year, according to a recent report from real estate information provider ATTOM Data Solutions. Meanwhile, appreciation in the overall […]

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    February 22, 2018 at 11:46 pm, Why Man-Made Hazards Aren’t Deterring Buyers in Pricey Areas - Cambodia Property said:

    […] pollution) rose at a slightly higher rate, 7.4%, compared with the previous year, according to a recent report from real estate information provider ATTOM Data Solutions. Meanwhile, appreciation in the overall […]

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    February 23, 2018 at 6:13 am, Must-Read Articles About Real Estate, Law, Finance And Banking! | Hallmark Abstract LLC said:

    […] ‘U.S. Foreclosure Activity Drops to 12-Year Low in 2017‘ – However, ‘New York foreclosure auctions at 11-year high, counter to 11-year low nationwide…’ […]

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    February 23, 2018 at 9:29 am, Local Market Update – February 2018 - Julie Taylor said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever. Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season. The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 26, 2018 at 3:20 pm, King County housing market kicks off 2018 even hotter than before, as Seattle breaks price record - Eddie Barry said:

    […] metro area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to Attom Data Solutions — behind only the California markets of San Francisco, San Jose and Merced. But people in a […]

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    February 26, 2018 at 9:41 pm, Homebuyers dig deep for down payments | CalHomeNews said:

    […] Four of the cities with the largest median down payments in the nation were in California during the third quarter, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    February 27, 2018 at 7:12 am, Smart Rent Collection Practices For Property Investors – TCNN: The Constitutional News Network said:

    […] of 2016, 37% of homes (registration required) were being purchased by people and entities that didn’t plan […]

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    February 28, 2018 at 1:49 pm, Understanding down payments, earnest money, and their utility | GoCapWest.com said:

    […] attractive to sellers. Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM Data solutions, noted that fortune favors buyers who offer the most up-front to sellers. "Buying a home has become a full-contact sport in many […]

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    March 02, 2018 at 10:21 am, Instead of Taking on Gun Control, Democrats are Teaming with Republicans for a Stealth Attack on Wall Street Reform – The Abstraction said:

    […] in Berkshire’s portfolio. In 2016, Clayton Homes foreclosed on one in every 40 properties, over three times the national average. The Manufactured Housing Institute, the industry’s trade group, is one of 115 financial […]

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    March 02, 2018 at 11:12 am, Instead of Taking on Gun Control, Democrats Are Teaming With Republicans for a Stealth Attack on Wall Street Reform - Ryan Guillory said:

    […] in Berkshire’s portfolio. In 2016, Clayton Homes foreclosed on one in every 40 properties, over three times the national average. The Manufactured Housing Institute, the industry’s trade group, is one of 115 financial […]

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    March 02, 2018 at 11:14 am, Instead of Taking on Gun Control, Democrats are Teaming with Republicans for a Stealth Attack on Wall Street Reform - CWN Report said:

    […] in Berkshire’s portfolio. In 2016, Clayton Homes foreclosed on one in every 40 properties, over three times the national average. The Manufactured Housing Institute, the industry’s trade group, is one of 115 financial […]

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    March 02, 2018 at 6:31 pm, Instead of Taking on Gun Control, Democrats Are Teaming With Republicans for a Stealth Attack on Wall Street Reform – News – IT – Science – and more said:

    […] in Berkshire’s portfolio. In 2016, Clayton Homes foreclosed on one in every 40 properties, over three times the national average. The Manufactured Housing Institute, the industry’s trade group, is one of 115 financial […]

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    March 05, 2018 at 9:24 am, Revenge of the Stadium Banks - Compliancex | Compliancex said:

    […] in Berkshire’s portfolio. In 2016, Clayton Homes foreclosed on one in every 40 properties, over three times the national average. The Manufactured Housing Institute, the industry’s trade group, is one of 115 financial […]

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    March 05, 2018 at 12:03 pm, Facilitating Fast, Accurate Flood Insurance Valuations with Real Estate Data | ATTOM Data said:

    […] outsourced insurance and claims-related services. One of those is to provide an opinion of the value of a property, for flood insurance purposes, to make sure there is enough (but not too much) coverage under the […]

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    March 06, 2018 at 10:03 am, Instead of Taking on Gun Control, Democrats Are Teaming With Republicans for a Stealth Attack on Wall Street Reform – Freedom's Back said:

    […] Berkshire’s portfolio. In 2016, Clayton Homes foreclosed on one in every 40 properties, over three times the national average. The Manufactured Housing Institute, the industry’s trade group, is one of 115 financial […]

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    March 06, 2018 at 11:19 am, Powering Real Time Loan Risk Models with a Real Estate Data API | ATTOM Data said:

    […] need to move through to approve a transaction. As part of that risk analysis and compliance piece, foreclosure history – along with other factors – are often a part of that compliance checklist. We present the […]

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    March 07, 2018 at 6:04 am, Tax Reform Reference Guide | Mortgage Geek said:

    […] Which Local Housing Markets Would Be Most Impacted by the GOP Tax Plan? The new tax code includes two changes to the income tax structure that could potentially have significant impacts on homeowners, and by extension the housing market. […]

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    March 07, 2018 at 11:48 am, Predicting the Best Use of Land with Real Estate Data AI | ATTOM Data said:

    […] problem with existing property valuation methodologies is that before you understand what a property is worth you need to evaluate not only what it is […]

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    March 07, 2018 at 10:20 pm, Home Flippers Pile Into the U.S. Market, Scoring Higher Profits – i24news said:

    […] than 207,000 single-family houses and condos in the U.S. last year, Attom Data Solutions said in a report, which defines flips as sales that occur within 12 months of the last time the property changed […]

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    March 08, 2018 at 2:31 am, House Flippers Pile Into the U.S. Market, Scoring Bigger Earnings – Startupon.net said:

    […] single-family homes and condos within the U.S. last one year, Attom Data Solutions said in a file, which defines flips as gross sales that happen within one year of the last time the property […]

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    March 08, 2018 at 5:04 pm, Flipping Homes In Sacramento On The Decline, Study Says – SACLOCAL.COM said:

    […] “In Sacramento, we saw almost 2,200 properties that were flipped during the year,” said Daren Blomquist with the research firm ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    March 09, 2018 at 10:15 am, Seattle among hottest house flipping markets, but trending down - Airiters said:

    […] Property database ATTOM says 207,088 single-family homes and condos nationwide were flipped in 2017. That was nearly six percent of all single-family homes and condos sold last year. It was the second straight year that number was over 200,000. […]

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    March 10, 2018 at 10:45 am, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: U.S. Home Flipping Increases to 11-Year High in 2017 With More Than 200,000 Homes Flipped for Second… […]

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    March 12, 2018 at 8:43 am, This Week in Real Estate: March 12, 2018 said:

    […] tied with 2016 for the highest average days to flip since 2006 — an 11-year high. Full Story… https://www.attomdata.com/news/home-flipping/2017-u-s-home-flipping-report/ * AD&C Loan Growth Points Toward More Building. The volume of residential construction […]

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    March 12, 2018 at 9:31 am, Local Market Update | February 2018 - Tony Marrese said:

    […] With competition for homes growing and inventory shrinking, the real estate market in January was as hot as ever.  Home prices were up by double digits as buyers chased severely limited inventory. The number of homes for sale hit a record low for the month of January, which should strongly favor sellers as we move into the prime spring selling season.  The average home seller in our area now makes a 64 percent profit, the fourth-highest rate of any region in the country, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    March 12, 2018 at 3:06 pm, ATTOM: Home Flipping Hit 11-Year High in 2017 - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] A total of 207,088 U.S. single-family homes and condos were flipped in 2017, up 1% from 204,167 in 2016 to reach the highest level since 2006, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ fourth quarter and year-end U.S. Home Flipping Report. […]

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    March 13, 2018 at 3:54 am, Home Flipping Returns, Hits 11-Year High • Western Nevada Real Estate - Dale Armstrong said:

    […] Home flipping – which typically refers to the practice of buying a home, renovating it, and selling it for a profit – is popular again and, according to one recent analysis, has now returned to levels not seen since 2006. ATTOM Data Solutions’ Year-End 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report shows that the number of single-family homes and condos that were flipped in 2017 was at an 11-year high. But, while home flipping got a bad name after the housing crash, this time is different. “The surge in home flipping in the last three years is built on a more fundamentally sound foundation than the flipping frenzy that we witnessed a little more than a decade ago,” Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, said. “Flippers are behaving more rationally, as evidenced by average gross flipping returns of 50 percent over the last three years compared to average gross flipping returns of just 31 percent between 2004 and 2006.” This is the first time in more than a decade that there have been more than 200,000 home flips in consecutive years. More here. […]

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    March 13, 2018 at 4:40 am, AppraisalNewsCast – Voice of The Valuation World said:

    […] Home flipping – which typically refers to the practice of buying a home, renovating it, and selling it for a profit – is popular again and, according to one recent analysis, has now returned to levels not seen since 2006. ATTOM Data Solutions’ Year-End 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report shows that the number of single-family homes and condos that were flipped in 2017 was at an 11-year high. But, while home flipping got a bad name after the housing crash, this time is different. “The surge in home flipping in the last three years is built on a more fundamentally sound foundation than the flipping frenzy that we witnessed a little more than a decade ago,” Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM, said. “Flippers are behaving more rationally, as evidenced by average gross flipping returns of 50 percent over the last three years compared to average gross flipping returns of just 31 percent between 2004 and 2006.” This is the first time in more than a decade that there have been more than 200,000 home flips in consecutive years. More here. […]

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    March 14, 2018 at 11:05 am, Predicting the Best Use of Land with Real Estate Data AI | ATTOM Data said:

    […] had almost 15,000 pro-active offers on off-market properties go out through our […]

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    March 15, 2018 at 8:14 am, Homeowners have equity in their homes, but it’s getting more expensive to tap • realestate.10ztalk.com said:

    […] despite the home equity gained in 2017, a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions shows that home refinancing has dropped for three straight quarters and is down a whopping 34 percent in […]

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    March 15, 2018 at 8:41 am, Homeowners have equity in their homes, but it’s getting more expensive to tap | Real Estate Marketplace said:

    […] despite the home equity gained in 2017, a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions shows that home refinancing has dropped for three straight quarters and is down a whopping 34 percent in […]

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    March 15, 2018 at 9:01 am, Homeowners have equity in their homes, but it's getting more expensive to tap – Curbed – Short Term Wealth said:

    […] despite the home equity gained in 2017, a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions shows that home refinancing has dropped for three straight quarters and is down a whopping 34 percent in […]

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    March 15, 2018 at 9:29 am, Householders have fairness of their houses, however it’s getting costlier to faucet ⋆ Amrank Real Estate said:

    […] regardless of the house fairness gained in 2017, a brand new report from ATTOM Information Options exhibits that dwelling refinancing has dropped for 3 straight quarters and is down a whopping 34 p.c in This […]

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    March 16, 2018 at 6:11 am, Powering Real Time Loan Risk Models with a Real Estate Data API | ATTOM Data said:

    […] clients also look at the sales history of homes, sale prices, and comparable values. We have many different customers with various risk models. […]

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    March 16, 2018 at 7:15 am, Home Flipping at 11 Year High. Memphis Leads The Way : Smarterlandlording.com said:

    […] to a report at attomdata.com, home flipping in 2017 was at an 11 year […]

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    March 16, 2018 at 10:32 am, What Is A First Time Home Buyer? (Not What You Think) – UPFINA said:

    […] This is pushing up the average length home owners stay in their house. As you can see from the chart below, the average tenure of U.S. homeownership is 8.18 years which is an all-time […]

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    March 16, 2018 at 11:24 am, Originations Down, Home Equity Up in Q4 2017 • realestate.10ztalk.com said:

    […] The fourth quarter of 2017 saw the origination of 1.9 million loans secured by residential property, a 20 percent plunge from the previous quarter and a 19 percent tumble from a year earlier, according to new statistics from ATTOM Data Solutions. […]

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    March 19, 2018 at 3:14 am, Real Estate Roundup: Prefab Homes Help to Speed Wine Country Wildfire Recovery | Chris Swim & Tracy Keaton said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that homebuyers in the San Jose metropolitan area put down median $268,000 down payments in the fourth quarter, up from $247,000 in the third quarter and still the highest in the U.S. Buyers in the region put down almost 15 times more money than the average U.S. buyer, who placed median $18,000 down payments. […]

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    March 19, 2018 at 5:28 am, Real Estate Roundup: Prefab Homes Help to Speed Wine Country Wildfire Recovery | Kurt Piper Group said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that homebuyers in the San Jose metropolitan area put down median $268,000 down payments in the fourth quarter, up from $247,000 in the third quarter and still the highest in the U.S. Buyers in the region put down almost 15 times more money than the average U.S. buyer, who placed median $18,000 down payments. […]

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    March 19, 2018 at 6:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: Prefab Homes Help to Speed Wine Country Wildfire Recovery | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Residential Property Loan Origination Report says that homebuyers in the San Jose metropolitan area put down median $268,000 down payments in the fourth quarter, up from $247,000 in the third quarter and still the highest in the U.S. Buyers in the region put down almost 15 times more money than the average U.S. buyer, who placed median $18,000 down payments. […]

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    March 19, 2018 at 8:50 am, The Ultimate Guide to House Flipping in Austin said:

    […] 2017 report by Attom Data Solutions found that Austin was actually one of the worst cities to flip houses, with many homes in Austin […]

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    March 21, 2018 at 2:48 pm, How to Get Free Money From the Government | Student Loan Hero said:

    […] 2017, more than 676,000 foreclosure filings were reported in the nation. To help people stay in their homes, the U.S. Department of Housing and […]

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    March 24, 2018 at 9:52 pm, SFH data - Simple Passive Cashflow said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions Ranks Best Counties for Buying Single Family Rentals in 2018 […]

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    March 26, 2018 at 3:25 am, Real Estate Roundup: Silicon Valley Is a Hot Spot for Generation Z Homebuyers | Chris Swim & Tracy Keaton said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest Single Family Rental Market report projects that the average investor who buys a U.S. single-family home as a rental property in 2018 can expect an 8.9 percent return on investment, down slightly from last year. One-third of U.S. counties analyzed should see potential rental returns increase from 2017, with Contra Costa ranking in the top five for highly populated counties at 4 percent growth. […]

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    March 26, 2018 at 5:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: Silicon Valley Is a Hot Spot for Generation Z Homebuyers | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest Single Family Rental Market report projects that the average investor who buys a U.S. single-family home as a rental property in 2018 can expect an 8.9 percent return on investment, down slightly from last year. One-third of U.S. counties analyzed should see potential rental returns increase from 2017, with Contra Costa ranking in the top five for highly populated counties at 4 percent growth. […]

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    March 26, 2018 at 11:52 am, Washoe County ranks 422 (out of 449 U.S. counties) for gross annual rental yield | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] Data Solutions recently released its Q1 2018 Single Family Rental Market report, which ranks the best U.S. markets for buying single family rental properties in 2018. Despite […]

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    March 27, 2018 at 5:24 am, Regions across the country where home flipping is hottest | GreetingsVirginia Advice said:

    […] Year-End 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report by Irvine, Calif.-based Attom Data Solutions shows that 207,088 houses and condos were flipped in […]

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    March 29, 2018 at 5:25 am, Buyers Make 20% Higher Down Payments said:

    […] Source: ATTOM Data Solutions […]

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    March 30, 2018 at 2:00 am, House flipping proves profitable in several Pennsylvania cities · Pennsylvania Association of Realtors said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions, across nearly 200 metro areas with a population of 200,000 or more and at least 100 house flips, […]

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    March 30, 2018 at 11:16 am, Real Estate Demographic Clarity - Future Shifts & Opportunities | Attom Data said:

    […] than the standard deduction, the tax benefits of homeownership have been greatly reduced.  The foreclosure scars of the last recession haven’t faded either. People want to own their own home but, more than […]

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    March 31, 2018 at 12:23 pm, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: Median-Priced Homes Not Affordable for Average Wage Earners in 68 Percent of U.S. Housing Markets […]

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    April 02, 2018 at 5:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: San Francisco Is Still the Hottest U.S. Housing Market This Spring | Chris Swim & Tracy Keaton said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report says that eight of America’s 10 most expensive counties for homebuyers saw declines in net migration in 2017, meaning that more people left than arrived. Santa Clara County had the second highest net-migration decrease in the U.S., losing 5,559 residents. San Mateo, Marin, and Napa counties also ranked among those with the most significant net-migration declines last year. […]

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    April 02, 2018 at 5:28 am, Real Estate Roundup: San Francisco Is Still the Hottest U.S. Housing Market This Spring | Kurt Piper Group said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report says that eight of America’s 10 most expensive counties for homebuyers saw declines in net migration in 2017, meaning that more people left than arrived. Santa Clara County had the second highest net-migration decrease in the U.S., losing 5,559 residents. San Mateo, Marin, and Napa counties also ranked among those with the most significant net-migration declines last year. […]

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    April 02, 2018 at 6:13 am, Report: Housing affordability crisis growing worse in 2018 - RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News said:

    […] are becoming more unaffordable across the country, not just in the coastal markets. According to new data from ATTOM Data Solutions, the median home price was not affordable to the average wage earner in […]

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    April 02, 2018 at 7:29 am, Elevating Real Estate Data to the Cloud | Attom Data said:

    […] what if a research project requires the compilation of years of air quality and property valuation data to evaluate the correlation of air quality levels and home values over […]

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    April 02, 2018 at 8:46 am, Nashville home prices jump as wage increases crawl - Randle Report said:

    […] this year, jumping 8 percent since 2017 while income went up just 2 percent, according to a report released Thursday comparing federally reported sales deeds […]

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    April 02, 2018 at 3:24 pm, Flipping Homes Gaining Popularity In DFW said:

    […] recent report regarding the overall popularity of flipping homes all across the country is stating that the […]

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    April 03, 2018 at 12:57 am, Buying A Home Is More Affordable Than Renting in 54% of US Counties: Elk River, Ostego, WI: Judy DeGreef & Associates - Keller WIlliams said:

    […] to ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 Rental Affordability Report, “buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of […]

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    April 03, 2018 at 8:37 am, Money’s Becoming Expensive with Rising Interest Rates - RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News said:

    […] going to stay tough for first time buyers. ATTOM, a real estate information firm, keeps an eye on many aspects of the market. One current observation is people selling their […]

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    April 04, 2018 at 8:39 am, More Than 200,000 Homes Flipped in 2017 - Hard Money & Trust Deeds │Hanover MC said:

    […] share of financed flips are hitting new highs. According to IRVINE Based, ATTOM Data Solutions’ U.S. Home Flipping Report, 2017 saw 207,088 U.S. single family homes and condos […]

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    April 04, 2018 at 12:41 pm, Real Estate Roundup: Silicon Valley Is a Hot Spot for Generation Z Homebuyers | Payton + Binnings said:

    […] single-family home prices mean that new landlords will not currently turn much of a profit. ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest Single Family Rental Market report projects that the average investor who buys a U.S. single-family home as a rental property in 2018 […]

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    April 05, 2018 at 5:54 am, America’s new great migration in search of lower property taxes – Retirement Cheat Sheet said:

    […] 2017 property tax analysis from real estate data provider Attom Data Solutions shows that last year, Americans paid $293.4 […]

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    April 05, 2018 at 6:14 am, 4 demographic trends set to impact real estate in the next decade - RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News said:

    […] according to John Burns, the CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, who recently penned a column for ATTOM Data […]

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    April 05, 2018 at 6:27 am, America’s new great migration in search of lower property taxes | Market Tamer said:

    […] 2017 property tax analysis from real estate data provider Attom Data Solutions shows that last year, Americans paid $293.4 […]

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    April 05, 2018 at 11:49 am, Nassau ranks fifth among highest US property taxes – Long Island Business News said:

    […] according to a new report from Attom Data Solutions, which tracks property taxes in metropolitan statistical areas throughout the […]

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    April 06, 2018 at 7:48 am, America’s new great migration in search of lower property taxes - Randle Report said:

    […] 2017 property tax analysis from real estate data provider Attom Data Solutions shows that last year, Americans paid $293.4 […]

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    April 06, 2018 at 9:03 am, Your Money Adviser: Higher Property Taxes? You May Be Able to Appeal | New York Financial said:

    […] than the prior year, according to a report published on Thursday by Attom Data Solutions, which analyzed tax information on 86 million single-family homes across the […]

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    April 06, 2018 at 10:42 am, Owning a Home Near NYC Costs a Ton, and It Might Get Worse | realtor.com® said:

    […] “The new income-tax guidelines are just another blow to these high-tax areas,” said Daren Blomquist of ATTOM Data Solutions, which ranked 1,414 US counties with 10,000 or more single-family homes. […]

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    April 06, 2018 at 10:50 am, Owning a Home Near NYC Already Costs a Ton—and It Might Get Worse – Amy Pecoraro said:

    […] “The new income-tax guidelines are just another blow to these high-tax areas,” said Daren Blomquist of ATTOM Data Solutions, which ranked 1,414 US counties with 10,000 or more single-family homes. […]

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    April 06, 2018 at 11:46 am, Owning a Home Near NYC Already Costs a Ton—and It Might Get Worse - Cambodia Property said:

    […] “The new income-tax guidelines are just another blow to these high-tax areas,” said Daren Blomquist of ATTOM Data Solutions, which ranked 1,414 US counties with 10,000 or more single-family homes. […]

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    April 06, 2018 at 1:03 pm, Owning a Home Near NYC Already Costs a Ton—and It Might Get Worse - Stoll Real Estate said:

    […] “The new income-tax guidelines are just another blow to these high-tax areas,” said Daren Blomquist of ATTOM Data Solutions, which ranked 1,414 US counties with 10,000 or more single-family homes. […]

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    April 07, 2018 at 2:55 am, Owning a Home Near NYC Costs a Ton, and It Might Get Worse | Buy Sell Condo said:

    […] “The new income-tax guidelines are just another blow to these high-tax areas,” said Daren Blomquist of ATTOM Data Solutions, which ranked 1,414 US counties with 10,000 or more single-family homes. […]

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    April 07, 2018 at 5:02 am, 4 demographic trends set to impact real estate in the next decade – 101News said:

    […] according to John Burns, the CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, who recently penned a column for ATTOM Data […]

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    April 07, 2018 at 5:43 am, Average earner would struggle to buy home on their own in 68% of counties: study – 101News said:

    […] Data Solutions released the results of its Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report, which showed that average wage earners ($57,009) could not afford a median-priced home in 68 […]

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    April 07, 2018 at 6:51 am, Homeowners have equity in their homes, but it’s getting more expensive to tap – 101News said:

    […] despite the home equity gained in 2017, a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions shows that home refinancing has dropped for three straight quarters and is down a whopping 34 percent in […]

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    April 07, 2018 at 7:08 am, Money’s Becoming Expensive with Rising Interest Rates – 101News said:

    […] going to stay tough for first time buyers. ATTOM, a real estate information firm, keeps an eye on many aspects of the market. One current observation is people selling their […]

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    April 09, 2018 at 5:46 am, America’s new great migration in search of lower proper… – Finance said:

    […] 2017 property tax analysis from real estate data provider Attom Data Solutions shows that last year, Americans paid $293.4 […]

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    April 09, 2018 at 9:05 am, How The Rise Of Private Lending Is Reshaping The Mortgage Market - Douglas De Almeida said:

    […] ATTOM’s 2016 Year-End U.S. Home Flipping Report estimates that Americans flipped 193,009 single family homes and condos. Any house sold by a willing seller to an unrelated willing buyer twice in a single 12-month period counts as a flip in the ATTOM data. […]

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    April 09, 2018 at 9:33 am, This Week in Real Estate: April 9, 2018 said:

    […] an increase in average property taxes above the national average of 3 percent. Full Story… https://www.attomdata.com/news/market-trends/home-sales-prices/attom-2017-property-tax-data-analysis… * Private Residential Spending Grew in February. NAHB analysis of Census Construction Spending […]

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    April 09, 2018 at 4:41 pm, Rising Tide in Houston Housing Market - ATTOM Data Solutions said:

    […] job opportunities and a growing population are just as essential to a healthy housing market as home prices, inventory levels and rents. Despite the effects of its recent natural disaster on housing, […]

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    April 10, 2018 at 11:09 pm, Top SFR Growth Markets for 2018 – BLACKTIDE REAL ESTATE ADVISORS. said:

    […] Data Solutions, which tracks the single-family rental market, recently released its Q1 2018 Single Family Rental Market report. In addition to ranking the top rental returns by county, the best low risk-high return markets […]

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    April 11, 2018 at 12:40 am, Top SFR Growth Markets for 2018 – CELLINO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT said:

    […] Data Solutions, which tracks the single-family rental market, recently released its Q1 2018 Single Family Rental Market report. In addition to ranking the top rental returns by county, the best low risk-high return markets […]

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    April 11, 2018 at 12:40 pm, Fb, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) – The Long run Of Social Affect I… | Ben Givon Real Estate Investments said:

    […] House flipping reached an 11-year top in 2017, consistent with ATTOM Knowledge’s new file. House turn lending is up 27 p.c — achieving a 10-year top and indicating that call for is […]

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    April 12, 2018 at 2:09 am, Money’s Becoming Expensive with Rising Interest Rates said:

    […] going to stay tough for first time buyers. ATTOM, a real estate information firm, keeps an eye on many aspects of the market. One current observation is people selling their […]

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    April 12, 2018 at 2:12 am, Report: Housing affordability crisis growing worse in 2018 said:

    […] are becoming more unaffordable across the country, not just in the coastal markets. According to new data from ATTOM Data Solutions, the median home price was not affordable to the average wage earner in […]

    Reply

    April 12, 2018 at 4:06 am, U.S., Silicon Valley Home Affordability Conditions Worsen in the First Quarter | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] ATTOM Data Solutions’ latest U.S. Home Affordability Report says that the median-priced home was not affordable for workers earning the average wage in 68 percent of measured counties. Nearly three-quarters of counties included in the report saw affordability conditions decline from one year earlier, a trend driven in part by migration patterns. […]

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    April 12, 2018 at 8:11 am, Timing – and Moxie – Prove Paramount In Today's Buyers' Market | Deleon Sheffield Company | Executive Boutique Agency | Buy | Sell | Rent | Property Management said:

    […] But that isn’t to say that there aren’t buyers’ markets as sales have dipped over the past year in Hartford, CT, Toledo, Ohio, and Baton Rouge, LA, and were flat in Philadelphia and Baltimore, according to Attom Data Solutions. […]

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    April 12, 2018 at 9:26 am, Property Taxes by U.S. County – Real Estate Investor Updates said:

    […] U.S. Property Taxes Levied on Single Family Homes in 2017 increased 6% to More Than $ 293 Billion, according to a recent report by ATTOM Data Solutions.  The conclusion was part of their annual property tax analysis covering more than 86 million single family homes across the U.S.  It shows that, in 2017, property taxes levied on single family homes totaled $ 293.4 billion.  This figures is 6% higher than 2016 and averages out to nearly $ 4k per home (an effective rate of 1.17%).  ATTOM’s report analyzed property tax data collected from county tax assessor offices nationwide at the state, metro and county levels along with estimated market values of single family homes calculated using an automated valuation model (AVM). The effective tax rate was the average annual property tax expressed as a percentage of the average estimated market value of homes in each geographic area. […]

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    April 13, 2018 at 3:34 am, Most Counties More Affordable Than Historic Average • Western Nevada Real Estate - Dale Armstrong said:

    […] Pretty much anywhere you go there are parts of town that are more affordable than others. There are areas known for starter homes that attract young families and other parts where the homes come with higher price tags and significantly more square footage. Which part of town you end up buying a house in will be determined, in part, by what works for your lifestyle. But your budget and bottom line will ultimately have final say. Currently, with home prices and mortgage rates both trending upward, it may seem like there are fewer and fewer areas with affordable homes to choose from. This, however, is not entirely true. In fact, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report, 59 percent of the 446 counties they analyzed were more affordable than their historic average. Furthermore, 27 percent of those counties actually posted a year-over-year increase in affordability – meaning prices were more affordable this year than last. Counties where this was true included Cook County (Chicago), Illinois; Harris County (Houston), Texas; Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona; Orange County, California; and Kings County (Brooklyn), New York. In short, though affordability conditions may have worsened generally, it’s always smart to look into what prices are doing in the neighborhoods that most appeal to you. More here. […]

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    April 13, 2018 at 3:51 am, Most Counties More Affordable Than Historic Average - MB Blog said:

    […] Pretty much anywhere you go there are parts of town that are more affordable than others. There are areas known for starter homes that attract young families and other parts where the homes come with higher price tags and significantly more square footage. Which part of town you end up buying a house in will be determined, in part, by what works for your lifestyle. But your budget and bottom line will ultimately have final say. Currently, with home prices and mortgage rates both trending upward, it may seem like there are fewer and fewer areas with affordable homes to choose from. This, however, is not entirely true. In fact, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report, 59 percent of the 446 counties they analyzed were more affordable than their historic average. Furthermore, 27 percent of those counties actually posted a year-over-year increase in affordability – meaning prices were more affordable this year than last. Counties where this was true included Cook County (Chicago), Illinois; Harris County (Houston), Texas; Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona; Orange County, California; and Kings County (Brooklyn), New York. In short, though affordability conditions may have worsened generally, it’s always smart to look into what prices are doing in the neighborhoods that most appeal to you. More here. […]

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    April 13, 2018 at 4:10 am, Most Counties More Affordable Than Historic Average - Citadel Property Management Corp. said:

    […] Pretty much anywhere you go there are parts of town that are more affordable than others. There are areas known for starter homes that attract young families and other parts where the homes come with higher price tags and significantly more square footage. Which part of town you end up buying a house in will be determined, in part, by what works for your lifestyle. But your budget and bottom line will ultimately have final say. Currently, with home prices and mortgage rates both trending upward, it may seem like there are fewer and fewer areas with affordable homes to choose from. This, however, is not entirely true. In fact, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report, 59 percent of the 446 counties they analyzed were more affordable than their historic average. Furthermore, 27 percent of those counties actually posted a year-over-year increase in affordability – meaning prices were more affordable this year than last. Counties where this was true included Cook County (Chicago), Illinois; Harris County (Houston), Texas; Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona; Orange County, California; and Kings County (Brooklyn), New York. In short, though affordability conditions may have worsened generally, it’s always smart to look into what prices are doing in the neighborhoods that most appeal to you. More here. […]

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    April 13, 2018 at 4:10 am, AppraisalNewsCast – Voice of The Valuation World said:

    […] Pretty much anywhere you go there are parts of town that are more affordable than others. There are areas known for starter homes that attract young families and other parts where the homes come with higher price tags and significantly more square footage. Which part of town you end up buying a house in will be determined, in part, by what works for your lifestyle. But your budget and bottom line will ultimately have final say. Currently, with home prices and mortgage rates both trending upward, it may seem like there are fewer and fewer areas with affordable homes to choose from. This, however, is not entirely true. In fact, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2018 U.S. Home Affordability Report, 59 percent of the 446 counties they analyzed were more affordable than their historic average. Furthermore, 27 percent of those counties actually posted a year-over-year increase in affordability – meaning prices were more affordable this year than last. Counties where this was true included Cook County (Chicago), Illinois; Harris County (Houston), Texas; Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona; Orange County, California; and Kings County (Brooklyn), New York. In short, though affordability conditions may have worsened generally, it’s always smart to look into what prices are doing in the neighborhoods that most appeal to you. More here. […]

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    April 13, 2018 at 7:25 am, Infill Development - Leveraging Real Estate & Neighborhood Data | AttomData said:

    […] common phenomenon we are witnessing in densely populated settings across America is infill development. From a technical standpoint, the land is continuously being re-utilized to be used more […]

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    April 15, 2018 at 11:10 am, Your Money Adviser: Higher Property Taxes? You May Be Able to Appeal – Planet News said:

    […] than the prior year, according to a report published on Thursday by Attom Data Solutions, which analyzed tax information on 86 million single-family homes across the […]

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    April 15, 2018 at 1:00 pm, Your Money Adviser: Higher Property Taxes? You May Be Able to Appeal – Deshi News Paper said:

    […] than the prior year, according to a report published on Thursday by Attom Data Solutions, which analyzed tax information on 86 million single-family homes across the […]

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    April 16, 2018 at 8:50 am, This Week in Real Estate: April 16, 2018 said:

    […] consecutive month with a year-over-year decrease in U.S. foreclosure activity.  Full Story… https://www.attomdata.com/news/market-trends/foreclosures/q1-2018-u-s-foreclosure-market-report/ * Record Commercial/Multifamily Volume in 2017. Multifamily mortgage financing was the big […]

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    April 17, 2018 at 5:00 am, Chicago Foreclosure Activity Moved In Wrong Direction In March said:

    […] Data Solutions released their Q1 2018 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report late last week and highlighted a 19% decline in the nation's foreclosure activity from the first […]

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    April 17, 2018 at 5:23 am, Why are Seattle-area home prices so high? • realestate.10ztalk.com said:

    […] has owned the home for about 10 years and makes a 64 percent profit over what they originally paid, according to Attom Data Solutions. That’s the fourth-biggest return on investment in the […]

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    April 17, 2018 at 8:44 am, Home Flipping at 11-Year High; Financed Flips at 9-Year High / The Patch said:

    […] ATTOM Data reports that 207,088 U.S. single-family homes and condos were flipped in 2017, up 1% over 2016 numbers. They report that 34.8% of flips last year were completed with financing, a significant increase from 31.6% in 2016. […]

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    April 18, 2018 at 6:05 am, Real Estate in Brief: Americans' confidence gets a boost, HUD initiative for veteran housing and more said:

    […] across the United States increased by an average 6 percent in 2017. A recent analysis from ATTOM Data Solutions reveals that total 2017 property taxes hit $293.4 billion, up from $277.7 billion in 2016 for […]

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    April 18, 2018 at 6:07 am, Real Estate in Brief: Americans' confidence gets a boost, HUD initiative for veteran housing and more said:

    […] taxes across the United States increased by an average 6 percent in 2017. A recent analysis from ATTOM Data Solutions reveals that total 2017 property taxes hit $293.4 billion, up from $277.7 billion in 2016 for an […]

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    April 20, 2018 at 7:26 am, Single-family home property taxes rose 3% in 2017: Attom - Montoya Real Estate said:

    […] to — the New York City region, you could be paying nearly three times that or more, according to research by Attom Data Solutions, an Irvine, California, firm that assembles information on residential and commercial real […]

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    April 21, 2018 at 8:15 am, This week’s real estate headlines | Reno Real Estate Blog said:

    […] from ATTOM Data Solutions: 54 Percent of U.S. Metros Post Median Home Prices Above Pre-Recession Peaks in Q1 2018 […]

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    April 21, 2018 at 9:23 pm, 5 Costs You Need to Consider Before Buying a Home – Money Savings Journal said:

    […] to another state. The average annual property tax in the U.S. in 2016 was $3,296, according to research from ATTOM Data Solutions. That’s an effective tax rate of 1.15%. The states with the highest […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:01 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Retama Springs Selma Real Estate said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:02 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - East Bay Homes said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:03 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Mike Smalley Mortgage Team - Mortgage Advisor said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:04 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Chris Collins Real Estate Agent San Antonio said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:07 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Lawrence "Cas" Casanova said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:09 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Sloane Realty, LLC said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:16 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Marcelo Canel said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:16 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Search for Las Vegas Homes MLS said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:16 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Lori Moves Wisconsin said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:17 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Ridge Real Estate Group | Bay Area Realtors | Delivering Outstanding Service said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:19 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – J.R.Heller – Changing Real Estate said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:28 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Mortgage - St. George Utah - Mortgages said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:30 am, Keeping Current Matters | Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:34 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Wendy Gutierrez said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:35 am, Bridge Builders™ » Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:35 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Mortgage 101 with Waterstone Mortgage said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:40 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Keeping Current Matters said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:50 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Parker Kennedy Realty said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:51 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | ListIt - by Justin Humphries, Joseph Carter Realty said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 2:52 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - DUSTIN A. PURTAN said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:02 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | RIGHT HAND REALTY said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:02 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Dan Alon said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:03 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Leslie Caldaronello said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:04 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Toby Robinson said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:05 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – 1VegasMLS.com said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:08 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Lorraine Cruz said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:11 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Chad Lewin said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 3:28 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | California Homes Team said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:00 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Herbert Riggs Realtor said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:05 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Keeping Current Matters said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:06 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Renee S. Stengel Real Estate Broker said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:08 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Team Idaho Real Estate said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:11 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Real Estate with Patricia S Harris said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:12 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Houston Long Realtor said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:39 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Your Buyer's Agent said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 4:53 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US—NWI Loan Guy Blog said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:00 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Beth Scharwath | Real Estate | Hattiesburg MS said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:02 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Kasner Properties | Long Beach Real Estate said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:08 am, Comprar una casa es más barato que alquilar en La mayoría de los Estados Unidos – Educasas.com said:

    […] resultados del Informe de la Asequibilidad del alquiler de 2018 de ATTOM muestra que comprar una vivienda de precio medio es más asequible que alquilar una […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:18 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Fort Mill Real Estate Blog said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:26 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Shawnee KS Homes and Lifestyle said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:28 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – GMH Mortgage said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 5:33 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Oaklawn Real Estate said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 6:06 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Buying and Selling Homes in Tallahassee - Cobb Realty said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 6:17 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Phillips Home Services said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 6:23 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Pederson Realty Blog said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 6:50 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Denise Towe said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 6:54 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Real Estate Links said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 6:56 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Fredericka (Freddie) Martin said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 7:30 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Reno Real Estate News said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 7:44 am, Buying a Home is Cheaper Than Renting in Lehigh Valley -The Deb and Joe Corcoran Group said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 7:49 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Titan Real Estate Team | Coldwell Banker The Property Exchange said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:03 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Terry Sack said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:04 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Ralph Hegreness said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:09 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Lee Pagani & Deborah Emello, said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:17 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Mission San Jose MortgageMission San Jose Mortgage said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:18 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - WatchCity Realty said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:21 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – Cusack Associates said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:26 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Giti | said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:31 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US – RE/MAX Patriot Realty :: The Patriot Realty said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:35 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Zachos Realty - Number One Real Estate in Florida said:

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:39 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US - Des Moines Real Estate Blog said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:49 am, This Week in Real Estate: April 23, 2018 said:

    […] Hawaii (65.3 percent); and Vallejo-Fairfield, California (58.8 percent). Full Story… https://www.attomdata.com/news/market-trends/home-sales-prices/q1-2018-u-s-home-sales-report/ Have a productive […]

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    April 23, 2018 at 8:57 am, Fergus Falls | Buying a home is cheaper than Renting – Charlie Brue Homes said:

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    […] If you’ve ever sold a house or are currently thinking of selling, you know there are a lot of factors that play a role in deciding when it’s the right time to list your home. Most of the decision-making process will rightly focus on your personal goals, finances, and plans for the future. But there is also the question of what time of year is the best for selling a house. Well, according to an analysis of nearly 15 million home sales that occurred between 2011 and 2017, ATTOM Data Solutions has narrowed the best time to sell down to, not just the month, but the exact date when it’s best to sell a home. Their study shows that homeowners who sold during the month of May realized the biggest premiums over estimated market value. In fact, the average seller premium was 5.9 percent. But, if you’re looking for the single best day to sell a house, the results says it’s June 28. Sellers who sold on that date saw an average premium of 9.1 percent. More here. […]

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    May 04, 2018 at 3:59 am, What Is The Best Time To Sell Your Home? | Dominique Delcourt said:

    […] If you’ve ever sold a house or are currently thinking of selling, you know there are a lot of factors that play a role in deciding when it’s the right time to list your home. Most of the decision-making process will rightly focus on your personal goals, finances, and plans for the future. But there is also the question of what time of year is the best for selling a house. Well, according to an analysis of nearly 15 million home sales that occurred between 2011 and 2017, ATTOM Data Solutions has narrowed the best time to sell down to, not just the month, but the exact date when it’s best to sell a home. Their study shows that homeowners who sold during the month of May realized the biggest premiums over estimated market value. In fact, the average seller premium was 5.9 percent. But, if you’re looking for the single best day to sell a house, the results says it’s June 28. Sellers who sold on that date saw an average premium of 9.1 percent. More here. […]

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    May 04, 2018 at 4:37 am, Saving For A Down Payment Is Hard – These 8 Tools Make It Easier – TCNN: The Constitutional News Network said:

    […] roadblocks to home buying. And with home prices on the rise and the median down payment hitting an 18-year high of $20,000 last year, that’s not likely to change anytime […]

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    May 04, 2018 at 4:51 am, Saving For A Down Payment Is Hard - These 8 Tools Make It Easier - THE Politico Post said:

    […] roadblocks to home buying. And with home prices on the rise and the median down payment hitting an 18-year high of $20,000 last year, that’s not likely to change anytime […]

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    May 04, 2018 at 6:35 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home - Indianapolis Real Estate Blog said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 04, 2018 at 7:09 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home | Erica Slater Marshall - Realtor said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 05, 2018 at 10:21 am, Rents are on the rise so find out what your best home buying options are said:

    […] payment in less than two years. You may have already saved enough! Here in Columbus, according to AttomData,  the average down payment is 6.7%, but we still have many borrowers qualifying for loans with […]

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    May 05, 2018 at 10:23 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home - Your Key to Bluffton & Hilton Head said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 05, 2018 at 11:46 am, This Just In: Data Says May and June are the Best Months to Sell Your Home in Baton Rouge said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 06, 2018 at 6:51 am, 8 Tools That Make Saving For A Down Payment Easier - Unlimited Earn Money said:

    […] roadblocks to home buying. And with home prices on the rise and the median down payment hitting an 18-year high of $20,000 last year, that’s not likely to change anytime […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 12:26 am, Americans haven’t been this optimistic about house prices since just before the crash | Market Tamer said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 1:06 am, The Financial Post - Just another WordPress site said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 1:33 am, Americans haven’t been this optimistic about house prices since just before the crash - IndianTaxHome said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 1:50 am, Americans haven’t been this optimistic about house prices since just before the crash – Retirement Cheat Sheet said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 2:59 am, ATTOM: Share of ‘Equity Rich’ Properties Hit a ‘Tipping Point’ in Q1 - Florida Property Preservation Services | Texas Property Preservation said:

    […] of about 291,000 properties compared with the first quarter of 2017, according to the most recent Home Equity & Underwater Report from ATTOM Data […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 3:18 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home | Real Estates DC said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 4:28 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Homeowners Begin 2018 as the Nation's Most Equity-Rich | Kurt Piper Group said:

    […] according to ATTOM Data Solutions latest Home Equity & Underwater report, which says that there were more than 13.8 million U.S. properties classified as equity-rich in the […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 5:06 am, Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Homeowners Begin 2018 as the Nation's Most Equity-Rich | Schoenhouse & Manter said:

    […] according to ATTOM Data Solutions latest Home Equity & Underwater report, which says that there were more than 13.8 million U.S. properties classified as equity-rich in the […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 6:41 am, Financing Home Flips Infographic said:

    […] homes flipped in 2017 were purchased by the flipper with financing, a nine-year high, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. While financing flips may be attractive given that — in theory — it allows investors to […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 10:05 am, Americans Haven’t Been This Optimistic About House Prices Since Just Before the Crash | realtor.com® said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 10:25 am, Americans Haven’t Been This Optimistic About House Prices Since Just Before the Crash – Amy Pecoraro said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 11:17 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home - Claudia Gil Stern/Realtor/949-278-4496 said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 11:47 am, Americans Haven’t Been This Optimistic About House Prices Since Just Before the Crash - Cambodia Property said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 1:10 pm, Americans Haven’t Been This Optimistic About House Prices Since Just Before the Crash - Stoll Real Estate said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 3:21 pm, Buying Home Is Cheaper Than Renting | Century 21 Allstars 100 said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    May 07, 2018 at 3:25 pm, Mark Your Calendars—June 28 is the Best Day to Sell a Home [New Data & Infographic] | REAL ESTATE BLOG said:

    […] Conventional wisdom has long held that spring and summer are the best seasons for selling homes. But new analysis from ATTOM Data Solutions—which looked at 14.7 million home sales between 2011 and 2017—shows that homeowners who sell on […]

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    May 08, 2018 at 2:00 am, In Pennsylvania, May through August are best months to sell · Pennsylvania Association of Realtors said:

    […] if you are looking to sell a house, that is. According to a recent report from ATTOM Data Solutions, across the country, homes sold on June 28 offered, on average, a premium of 9.1 percent for […]

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    May 08, 2018 at 4:02 am, Power Of Pam by Pam Oldaker » This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 08, 2018 at 7:54 am, When is it Time to Sell Your Investment Property? - ManageCasa said:

    […] the best time to sell your property?  A report from Attom Data Solutions based on their analysis discovered that June 28th is the day sellers received the biggest premium […]

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    May 08, 2018 at 10:53 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home | Real Estate Places said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 08, 2018 at 2:23 pm, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home - Lake Mary Real Estate Blog said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 08, 2018 at 5:04 pm, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home | Imperial Properties said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 09, 2018 at 6:47 am, Study shows Wednesday and Thursday are the best days to list a home - RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News said:

    […] study follows on the heels of a separate one from ATTOM Data Solutions that found May is the best month to sell a home nationwide. Researchers evaluated the sales of 14.7 million […]

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    May 10, 2018 at 6:58 am, Senior Sales Jobs, Construction-to-Perm Product; Mergers and Capital Markets - TransAct Title Blog | TransAct Title Blog said:

    […] future? In other tech news, ATTOM Data Solutions announced that it has launched ATTOM List, a new online marketing list creation platform that allows users to access public record tax, deed, mortgage and foreclosure data for nearly 155 […]

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    May 10, 2018 at 7:36 am, Senior Gross sales Jobs, Development-to-Perm Product; Mergers and Capital Markets - Top tips for getting cheaper auto insurance houston said:

    […] tech information, ATTOM Information Options introduced that it has launched ATTOM List, a brand new online marketing list creation platform that enables customers to entry public document tax, deed, mortgage and foreclosures information […]

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    May 10, 2018 at 9:21 am, Senior Sales Jobs, Construction-to-Perm Product; Mergers and Capital Markets – The Mortgage Blog said:

    […] future? In other tech news, ATTOM Data Solutions announced that it has launched ATTOM List, a new online marketing list creation platform that allows users to access public record tax, deed, mortgage and foreclosure data for nearly 155 […]

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    May 10, 2018 at 9:34 am, People haven’t been this optimistic about house prices since just before the crash - IndianTaxHome said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 10, 2018 at 12:23 pm, Senior Sales Jobs, Construction-to-Perm Product; Mergers and Capital Markets | Integrity Title Blog said:

    […] future? In other tech news, ATTOM Data Solutions announced that it has launched ATTOM List, a new online marketing list creation platform that allows users to access public record tax, deed, mortgage and foreclosure data for nearly 155 […]

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    May 11, 2018 at 7:39 am, Buying a Home Is Cheaper Than Renting in the Majority of the US | Nooshi Naderi said:

    […] results of the 2018 Rental Affordability Report from ATTOM show that buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom […]

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    May 11, 2018 at 2:36 pm, The Best Time to Sell Your Home in California – Estate Dwellings said:

    […] Click here to find out more:  Attomdata.com […]

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    May 13, 2018 at 12:13 am, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home - Real Estate PlacesReal Estate Places said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 13, 2018 at 5:50 am, People haven’t been this optimistic about house prices since just before the crash – Finance Magazine said:

    […] an 11-year high last year with more than 200,000 homes being flipped for second consecutive year, according to research firm Attom Data Solutions. Flipping peaked at 334,000 homes in 2005, again just before the market’s […]

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    May 13, 2018 at 12:20 pm, Study shows Wednesday and Thursday are the best days to list a home – Keeping it Real Estate said:

    […] study follows on the heels of a separate one from ATTOM Data Solutions that found May is the best month to sell a home nationwide. Researchers evaluated the sales of 14.7 million […]

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    May 13, 2018 at 3:59 pm, This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home | Honest Committed Reliable Real Estate Agents | Neighborhood Specialist said:

    […] to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% […]

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    May 16, 2018 at 7:17 am, How Cryptocurrency is Impacting the Real Estate Industry - Christopher DiLorenzo said:

    […] 2017, 207,088 single-family homes and condos were flipped in the U.S., for a total $46.3 billion. Two-thirds of Americans believe flipping houses is a great way to make money, and even more wish […]

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    May 17, 2018 at 4:50 am, Chicago Homes In Foreclosure Plunged In April - Getting Real said:

    […] Data Solutions updated their foreclosure activity data yesterday and issued a brief press release. For the nation as a whole April foreclosure activity was down on a year over year basis for the […]

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