Most Real Estate Agents Don’t Know This About Millennials

It’s no secret that renting is growing in popularity with every segment of the population– from young Gen Zs just entering the housing market to the Baby Boomers once defined by stable homeownership. However, it’s the Millennial generation leading the charge! This formidable market force is prone to renting everything– from their clothes, to, of … More Most Real Estate Agents Don’t Know This About Millennials

7 Critical Real Estate Trends and What They Mean— Your August Update 

Happy September! Here at Rental Beast, we’re saying “goodbye” to beach vacations, “hello” to sweater weather, and we’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on recent real estate trends. We want you to feel knowledgeable about the market, so take a look at some trends we’ve been tracking during this summer and what they might … More 7 Critical Real Estate Trends and What They Mean— Your August Update 

Suburban Renting: Why Real Estate Agents Must Pay Attention

Suburban renting isn’t new to 2019, but it’s growing in popularity. As of 2017, suburban areas are outpacing urban areas in 18 out of 20 of the largest metros. We’ll take a look at who is renting in the suburbs, why they are flocking to the suburbs, and the benefits for real estate agents hoping to get a piece of the action.  … More Suburban Renting: Why Real Estate Agents Must Pay Attention

Millennials are using Real Estate Agents more and more

As Millennials and Gen-Xers continue to impact the real estate market, agents and brokers are becoming significantly more valuable.  In the most recent REAL Trends Consumer Study, 90% of buyers and sellers used an agent to facilitate their transaction. This is the highest it’s been since the report was formed in 2001.  91% of Millennials … More Millennials are using Real Estate Agents more and more

RB Insight: Southern California Housing Slump

According to CoreLogic, new and existing houses and condominiums sold during this past month of September fell 18% compared with September of 2017.  This is a worrisome trend for potential home buyers, as the median price for homes sold in September was $505,000 (3.6% higher than it was last year). With prices rising, and home … More RB Insight: Southern California Housing Slump