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Migration into Austin

Already a Haven for People Leaving the Bay Area, Austin Set to Rise in Popularity With Growing Apple Presence

As big tech companies open new offices outside Silicon Valley, the migration trend toward affordable cities is likely to continue. Apple’s recent announcement that it’s adding thousands of jobs in Austin is likely to heat up the housing market in the city, which was already the seventh most popular destination for people moving from one …

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Inventory

Home Supply Up 123% in San Jose, Nearly 100% in Seattle, Leading the Nation’s Biggest Inventory Increase in 3 Years

Slowing price growth and a growing percentage of price drops are other signs that the regions’ real estate markets may finally be cooling. Signals are emerging that the party may be coming to an end for home sellers in San Jose and Seattle, which have been two of the hottest seller’s markets in the country …

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In Already-Hot Nashville, Amazon Announcement Didn’t Boost Homebuyer Interest

Online views of homes in Long Island City and Crystal City soared, but Amazon’s plans for a major new office in Nashville didn’t have any impact on search activity in Music City. When Amazon announced plans for a major new operations office in Nashville, online views of local home listings on Redfin.com stayed about the …

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