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Housing Demand

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Housing Demand, from most recent to least.

The Differences Between the Hot Housing Market in 2021 and the 2008 Bubble

The Differences Between the Hot Housing Market in 2021 and the 2008 Bubble

Nena Perry-Brown | May 6th 2021

With 46 million people reaching the median homebuying age over the next decade, demand is only expected to intensify. ... read »

A New Tool Measures Home Buyer Demand in the DC Area

A New Tool Measures Home Buyer Demand in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | March 16th 2021

Bright MLS launched the Bright T3 Home Demand Index, which inputs housing market data points to deliver a score that provides a sense of the... read »

Demand for Second Homes Grows More Than 80% in January

Demand for Second Homes Grows More Than 80% in January

Nena Perry-Brown | February 9th 2021

It was the 8th month in a row that mortgage applications for second homes rose by at least 80%. ... read »

No Signs of a Coronavirus Effect on the DC Housing Market Demand—Yet

No Signs of a Coronavirus Effect on the DC Housing Market Demand—Yet

Nena Perry-Brown | March 13th 2020

Thus far, increasing awareness about coronavirus has not dampened demand for DC homebuyers. ... read »

The DC Region Faces Significant Housing Shortage in Coming Decades, Study Says

The DC Region Faces Significant Housing Shortage in Coming Decades, Study Says

Nena Perry-Brown | September 19th 2018

Two organizations with a regional focus have calculated that the number of households in the expected pipeline will be greatly outnumbered by the... read »

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