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Will Colleges Closing Down Affect the Housing Market?

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How to Manage Your Slow Months

When it comes to closing on deals, some months are just better than others. Even though people buy and sell homes all year round, there’s no questioning that commissions are being made more so in certain seasons than others. Over time, you may start to observe patterns in your own closing schedule and eventually be […]...

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  • It’s no secret that the price of higher education in the United States is more than most families can manage. Add the necessity to take out student loans on top of that – with remarkably high interest rates – and it has made it very difficult for young people to buy homes as early as the previous generation did. We know that this fact alone has certainly impacted the housing market or at least caused a shift in it. 
Yet, despite the skyrocketing cost of tuition, little by little, some colleges in the United States are beginning to close down. According to CBS, 25% of colleges are predicted to fail within the next 20 years. Because real estate usually does very well around college areas, this is something that agents should definitely be paying attention to, as the domino effect may have already begun. 🏫 👉🏼Click on our bio to read more! 👩‍💻😊👨‍💻
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