America’s hottest neighborhoods: Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward

Published in association with This is the eighth installment in Inman’s “12 in ’21” hot neighborhoods series, which explores areas with both booming real estate markets and dense amenities. To read previous stories in the series, click here. Way back in the mid 1800s, fashionable residents of Atlanta, Georgia, would ride down out of the … Read more

Investor home purchases exceed pre-pandemic levels, hit record high

Investors purchased 67,943 US homes during the second quarter, for a total value of $48.5B, the highest figure on record, according to Redfin. Institutional investors have been making a comeback in 2021. During the second quarter, investors purchased 67,943 U.S. homes, the highest figure on record (since at least 2000), according to new data released … Read more

Phoenix sees biggest housing shortage, NYC biggest surplus

A new report shows that cities in the South and West don’t have enough housing, while expensive metros might have too much. An ongoing competitive market has completely reshuffled the U.S. cities experiencing housing shortages, with historically affordable Phoenix now seeing the biggest shortage in the U.S. even as infamously expensive New York City enjoys … Read more

Asian American homeownership is still lagging: Report

Asian American homeownership rates lag in numerous major cities including New York, Los Angeles and Boston. A new report out Wednesday shows that while the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities have higher-than-average incomes in the U.S., both groups still lag behind the rest of the country when it comes to homeownership. The report comes … Read more

@properties to acquire referral platform Suburban Jungle

Suburban Jungle gives consumers personalized information to help identify which suburban community will best suit them as they move out of a big city. Fast-growing Chicago-based brokerage @properties revealed Tuesday that it has acquired Suburban Jungle, a company that helps consumers choose communities and promises high-quality leads to agents. Suburban Jungle described itself in a … Read more

Ahead of Juneteenth, Atlanta Realtors Association apologizes for history of discrimination

The Atlanta Realtors Association (ARA) issued its first-ever apology in its 111-year history to association members and the communities they serve for the association’s history of discriminatory practices on Wednesday. In a video posted on the association’s Facebook page, and a letter posted to the Association’s website, Cynthia Lippert, the 2021 president of the ARA, … Read more

Whistle while you work: Fulfillment, happiness key to how we work now

Craig Robinson, a board member of investing startup Roofstock, believes work is fundamentally changing, and that represents an opportunity for real estate professionals. Day 2 of Inman Connect is underway with an all-star lineup, including Opendoor’s Eric Wu, Keller Williams’ Wendy Papasan, and many more. Register now to watch the rest of the day today and tomorrow … Read more

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