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A third of homes for sale are new construction

Real Estate News

With many owners of existing homes hesitant to give up their low mortgage rates, new homes continue to account for an outsize share of the market.

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Understand and master new construction to grow your business

Inman

Unlock new opportunities in a low inventory market when you dig into the new construction segment of the residential market.

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Should You Buy an Existing Home or New Construction?

Keeping Current Matters

With so few homes for sale and construction of newly built homes ramping up , you may be wondering if you should consider new construction in your search process. It’s a great question to ask, and one to look at from the pros and cons of what it means to buy a new home versus an existing one. New Construction .

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Zonda acquires self-touring app in support of new construction portal

Inman

Construction data and technology company Zonda has acquired yet another company, this time UTour, a system for offering self-guided home tours to enhance Livabl, a public-facing search experience for new construction homes which the company launched in April this year.

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Livabl portal aims to build up new construction market

Inman

Zonda, a technology company that leverages extensive data resources to deliver enterprise software to commercial homebuilders, has released a front-end system for finding new-construction homes. The website is called Livabl.

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What Isn’t Included with a New Construction Home?

Realty Biz

Embarking on the journey of purchasing new construction, particularly a freshly constructed one, is a thrilling venture brimming with anticipation. So, What Isn’t Included with a New Construction Home? The post What Isn’t Included with a New Construction Home?

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New Constructions Tumble, Surprising Analysts

RIS Media

One month after the biggest surge in housing starts in the last couple years, new constructions fell sharply, disappointing analysts and blunting hopes of a long-term rally by builders. Starts fell 8% in June, after rising over 21% in May, with new permits down 3.7%