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Metros where homes are selling for the most under asking price

Stacker analyzed data from Redfin to see which metros had the most homes sold under the asking price.

Metros where homes are selling for the most over asking price

Stacker analyzed data from Redfin to see which metros had the most homes sold over asking price.

How real estate agents are using AI to entice buyers

Lazzoni Modern Furniture compiled a list of five ways real estate agents are using artificial intelligence to help them sell homes.

Metros with the biggest housing shortages

Belong looked at Labor Department and Census data to calculate which metros have the biggest housing shortages.
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People are still moving away from large cities, while mid-sized cities are growing
CitizenShipper examined domestic migration trends from the Census Bureau to determine where Americans relocated between 2021 and 2022.
Top 6 Reasons People are Moving to Mid-Size Cities in 2023
Top 6 Reasons People are Moving to Mid-Size Cities in 2023
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Nearly two-thirds of new office construction is in the Sun Belt—but don't count out the coasts
Firmspace tapped data from CommercialEdge's July National Office Report to see where the most new office buildings are being built so far in 2023.  
How sea levels in 40 cities will change by 2050
Using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Stacker identified projected sea level rise by 2050 for 40 cities in the U.S.
How office vacancy rates have changed in the 10 most congested metros
Firmspace used commercial real estate data from CoStar and the NAR and INRIX traffic data to see how office vacancies relate to traffic congestion.
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25 metros where renters are the most overextended

Belong examined Census Bureau data to see which metros have renters who are putting the largest share of their income toward rent.

Boomers are hoarding all the houses

Stacker analyzed data from the Federal Reserve, the National Association of Realtors, and other sources to show how the Baby Boomer generation affects housing affordability in the U.S.