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Trulia Insights

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Trulia Insights, from most recent to least.

Starter Homes in the DC Area Aren’t Necessarily Affordable

Starter Homes in the DC Area Aren’t Necessarily Affordable

Nena Perry-Brown | May 9th 2019

A Trulia report shows that, despite their reputation, starter homes in the DC area are not affordable for those who would buy them. ... read »

DC Region Has Highest Share of Spare Bedrooms in the Country

DC Region Has Highest Share of Spare Bedrooms in the Country

Nena Perry-Brown | July 19th 2017

DC-area homes are apparently filled with spare bedrooms, according to a new report. ... read »

Low Inventory Is Leading to Hurried Home Purchases

Low Inventory Is Leading to Hurried Home Purchases

Nena Perry-Brown | June 28th 2017

After nine consecutive quarters of declining nationwide inventory, not only are prices climbing higher, but buyers feel pressured to purchase quicker... read »

11 Percent of DC Area Buyers Can’t Find Homes Within Budget

11 Percent of DC Area Buyers Can’t Find Homes Within Budget

Nena Perry-Brown | October 6th 2016

A new report from Trulia shows that just over 11 percent of would-be homebuyers in DC cannot find homes within their budget. ... read »

The Muted Enthusiasm for McMansions in the DC Area

The Muted Enthusiasm for McMansions in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | August 30th 2016

Trulia has released a study examining how the premium to purchase a McMansion, which was once in high demand and epitomized the suburban lifestyle,... read »

One in Five DC Homes Is Priced Above $1 Million

One in Five DC Homes Is Priced Above $1 Million

Nena Perry-Brown | May 20th 2016 | 4 Comments

A new report shows that the percentage of million-dollar homes in the DC area rose slightly between 2012 and 2016. However, UrbanTurf took a more... read »

More Americans Want New Homes Rather Than Old, Study Says

More Americans Want New Homes Rather Than Old, Study Says

Lark Turner | May 6th 2014

New homes typically cost about 20 percent more, but if costs were the same, 41 percent of Americans would buy a new home every time. ... read »

Report: DC Area Renters Save 34% By Living With Significant Other

Report: DC Area Renters Save 34% By Living With Significant Other

Lark Turner | February 10th 2014 | 1 Comment

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so here's a topic of conversation to deploy over flowers: How much rent could you save by moving in with... read »

The Housing Market Wakes Up

The Housing Market Wakes Up

Shilpi Paul | March 16th 2012

Our recent heat wave and budding flora don't just serve as reminders of the imminent Cherry Blossom Festival: our housing market is also about to... read »

Trulia: Strong Jobs Report Bodes Well for Housing Market

Trulia: Strong Jobs Report Bodes Well for Housing Market

Shilpi Paul | March 12th 2012

Trulia's Chief Economist Jed Kolko perused the February jobs report released recently, and found a couple of optimistic indicators for the national... read »

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