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Renters Made Big Moves in 2023

It should be no surprise that renters in California and New York were the most likely to move cities and states, looking for more affordable accommodations that still allowed them to telecommute to work.

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The Generational Housing Market Tug-of-War

"The housing market is caught in a generational tug-of-war. Boomers will soon face aging-in-place hurdles, while millennials will face the surprise of homes in need of major upgrades," said Jon Bostock, CEO of Leaf Home.

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Housing Supply Up; Active Listings Up MoM

“We’re definitely seeing an uptick in activity from both buyers and sellers,” said Abby Alwan, a Redfin Premier real estate agent in Austin. A new report breaks down the shifts currently happening in the housing market.

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Builder Sentiment Surges, But Challenges Lie Ahead

According to the National Association of Home Builders, single-family starts are expected to grow in 2024, and while builder sentiment improved, "builders will face growing challenges with building material cost and availability, as well as lot supply," according to NAHB Chairman Alicia Huey.

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