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 10 U.S. Metro Areas With the Highest Rate of Home Price Reductions
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by The CE Shop Team

As the housing market cools, some sellers have been forced to slash home prices. New data shows which metros have seen the highest rate of price reductions.

Homebuyers Cancel Contracts at the Highest Rate Since the Start of the Pandemic
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by The CE Shop Team

After two years of an incredibly hot sellers’ market, U.S. homebuyers are canceling contracts at the highest rate since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Lack of Affordable Housing is Biggest Obstacle to Buying a Home in the U.S.
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by The CE Shop Team

A lack of affordable housing is the biggest obstacle to buying a home in the United States today, according to a new study from the National Association of REALTORS®.

The CE Shop Will Teach Agents to Sell Real Estate in Space
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by The CE Shop Team

The CE Shop is proud to be launching Agents in Space, a new program designed to equip real estate agents to buy and sell residential property in space.

What Impact Do Russians Have on the U.S. Real Estate Market?
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by The CE Shop Team

We’re taking a look at the ways in which money from ultra-wealthy, politically powerful Russians flows through the U.S. economy — and the real estate market.

Commercial Real Estate Lags Behind in Female Representation
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by The CE Shop Team

Women now make up an estimated 65% of real estate agents and often find success in the industry, but they remain underrepresented in commercial real estate.

This Could Be the Most Expensive Home Ever Sold in the U.S.
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by The CE Shop Team

A 105,000-sq.-ft. Los Angeles mega-mansion known as “The One” could become the most expensive home ever sold in the U.S. if it’s purchased for its asking price.

New Home Construction Can’t Keep Up With Housing Shortage
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by The CE Shop Team

Low inventory has fueled the hot housing market in recent years, causing prices to soar and demand for homes to increase — and new construction can’t keep up.

What to Expect From the Real Estate Market in 2022
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by The CE Shop Team

Now, as we look into 2022, many might be wondering: Will the housing market finally calm down? Well, maybe — but it will remain a seller’s market, experts say.

The Hottest Real Estate Markets for 2022
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by The CE Shop Team

From Washington to Massachusetts, housing markets across the country continue to heat up. If you’d like to embrace the heat, these metros will lead the pack.