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October Is Ripe for Homebuyers According to Analysis from ATTOM on Historical Home Sales

October Is Ripe for Homebuyers According to Analysis from ATTOM on Historical Home Sales

Buyers willing to close in October avoid prices well above market value; Analysis narrows in on best days to buy nationwide and best months to buy at the state level IRVINE, Calif. — Oct. 7, 2021 — ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its annual analysis of the best time of the year to buy a home, which shows... Read More »
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ATTOM EVP of Marketing, Kara Taylor, Earns 2021 Bronze Stevie® Award for Women in Business

ATTOM EVP of Marketing, Kara Taylor, Earns 2021 Bronze Stevie® Award for Women in Business

Recognized as Woman of the Year for her achievements in leading the strategic marketing efforts for the premium property data provider. ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database, is pleased to announce that its executive vice president of marketing, Kara Taylor, has earned a 2021 Woman of the Year Bronze Stevie® Award in the 18th... Read More »
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Home Affordability Slips Again for Average Workers Across U.S. in Third Quarter Amid Ongoing Price Runup

Home Affordability Slips Again for Average Workers Across U.S. in Third Quarter Amid Ongoing Price Runup

Typical Home Still Within Means of Average Wage Earner in Third Quarter of 2021; But Historic Affordability Drops in Three-Quarters of U.S. Housing Markets; National Median Home Price Rises 18 Percent to Another New High IRVINE, Calif. – Sept. 23, 2021 — ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its third-quarter... Read More »

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