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Patricia Cliff
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Real Estate Expert, Motivational Speaker, Author and Blogger, Trend Spotter, Urbanologist, Business Consultant
Real Estate Expert, Motivational Speaker, Author and Blogger, Trend Spotter, Urbanologist, Business Consultant

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If tiny homes aren't your jam, tour this for-sale castle instead! Probably still has limited closet space though. ;)

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These Hong Kong "micro-apartments" are around 160 square feet, and are being sold for around $500,000. Not surprisingly, Hong Kong remains the least affordable city to buy a home in the world.



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Houses sold in May went under contract in 37 days, breaking April's record of 40 days. More than a quarter of homes sold above asking, the highest ever recorded by Redfin. Median sale-to-list price ratio also hit 95.4% in May - yet another record. The contrasting number? Inventory fell by 10.9%

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This year’s results of the National Low Income Housing Coalition's Out of Reach report shows that the hourly wage rate required for a “modest” two-bedroom apartment rental is more than double the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour in all but four states. We need more #affordablehousing!

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Sometimes work experience in the real estate field is less important than some grit and drive for success!

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Prefabricated houses may be a good solution to the housing crisis, and Google is paving the way. #realestate

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Today's #CliffTip is an important step in the process of working with your buyer - and should be done asap. #realestate
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A fun look at what it's like to restore and live in a Frank Lloyd Wright home.


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Impending #nyc L train shutdown is already impacting the #realestate market. "Access to transit has always been one of the biggest considerations when it comes to real estate decisions.”


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The rise in the construction of single family homes and high rises, rather than smaller apartment buildings, results in an affordable housing issue for many. 
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