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By Erica Jevons Sizemore, writer for New Homes & Ideas
This is part of an ongoing series: What is Making the Triangle Area so Desirable?
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With nearly 25,000 people per year moving into Wake County, by 2030 another quarter million people will be living here and all of them will require housing – and this number doesn’t even take into account expansion among neighboring counties, all of which have been equally robust. Our population growth over the last 10 years is among the top in the nation, and as a result, homes across the region remain in high demand, synchronous with historically low levels of inventory. With demand far outpacing supply in the Triangle and across the country, the underbuilding that we have experienced over the last 20 years since the Great Recession has led to a housing shortage of 5.5 million
Last year, we added some amazing new solutions to our tech suite for agents and brokers.
Boost, the incredibly easy and popular digital advertising tool. Propertybase GO, the website/CRM tool used by 4,500 leading brands. And LionDesk, the leading CRM tool trusted by over 165,000 agents.
Today, we’re excited to share that each of these solutions now connects to Lone Wolf Transactions (zipForm Edition and TransactionDesk Edition), the leading transaction management solutions in real estate (that are also member benefits for over 750,000 agents in North America). We’re here to give agents and brokers the tools they need to be successful. With inventory low and competition high, these integrations come at a perfect time for agents and brokers to focus on their sales and marketing funnel.
Finally, your marketing, CRM, and transaction management tools work for you, not against you. Whether you’re a long-time user or a newcomer looking
The construction of underground water storage tanks to tackle flooding in the infamous Hindmata and Parel area will be over by end of this year. However, with the ongoing construction work, the Hindmata area is unlikely to get respite from flooding, this monsoon too.
According to an official from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the additional work on tanks’ capacity expansion has pushed the deadline further. Mumbai suburban guardian minister Aaditya Thackeray on Sunday inspected the construction of an underground water storage tank at St Xavier’s Ground to store rainwater at Hindmata.
With work still being carried out, it is unlikely that tanks will be used for this monsoon. Officially, the four-month monsoon season commences in the city in June. To resolve flooding at Hindmata, the BMC’s Storm Water
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