Homebuilder Confidence Surges, Fueling Optimism in the Housing Market

The housing market is increasingly favoring homebuilders, as builder confidence reached positive territory in June for the first time in nearly a year, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo housing market index update released on Monday. The index reading rose to


Housing Market Crash On The Way?

With relatively low mortgage rates and more people reassessing working from home, the housing market has been exploding. Freelancers, entrepreneurs, and everyday employees are in need of new homes or home offices. As the market explodes, housing costs have increased, and the number of available


How your home could become a business

As more people are exposed to the business world, the idea of becoming an entrepreneur and working towards your own business has become more appealing. You find yourself working your 9-to-5 but would like more, maybe even just another income stream. Your home could become


Why The Housing Boom Could Doom Middle And Low Income Families

Compared to September 2019, overall there was 20% increase in the amount of homes being sold. However, the majority of the buyers are at the top end of the market. Homes that are priced at a million dollars or more are being sold nearly double


Your Kids Will Never Find You Here When You’re Working From Home

With no end in sight to the pandemic, more and more people are working from home. A problem remote workers have come into is having enough space to work within their home. Another problem is that homes are simply too chaotic with the entire family


Even With The Federal Ban, 4,000 Renters Are Being Evicted

As the pandemic continues to put people out of jobs, we have seen an increase in things like unemployment, failure to make payments, and evictions. Yes, you heard that right – evictions. Regardless of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) deciding to put