Historic low rates mean mortgage activity continues to boom
The home buying and refinance boom isn’t likely to dip any time soon, thanks to historic low mortgage rates. According to the
Vacation homes increasingly in demand because of remote work trends
It’s not something you’d expect during a pandemic and recession, but numbers don’t lie. According to a PRNewswire report, sales of
Traditionally, the real estate market begins to take a breather over the holidays. But 2020 is a year that nothing is traditional. Housing Wire’s Julia Falcon reports that low mortgage
The Census is a revealing thing every ten years. And this year, it’s even more revealing, even though it’s not yet complete. It changed its methodology over the past quarter,
House hunting can be one of the most fun parts of buying a home. But before you begin your new home search, you should give some serious thought to getting
The coronavirus pandemic, a potential stimulus, and several other economic and political factors will all have the power to influence the mortgage market in the coming weeks. Let’s take a
Texas home buyers face tighter inventory as home sales skyrocket during the third quarter of 20202. The number of Texas homes that sold between July and September increased by nearly 19%
Younger generations are now redefining the purpose of a home, and they are more serious about it than ever.
Recently YPulse conducted a marketing report called No Place Like Home in
The real estate market has seen very tight inventories for some time, so August’s uptick in new single-family home starts is welcome news.
Single-family housing starts rose 4.1% to a seasonally
In this week’s mortgage rate summary, we’ll touch on the MBS market movements, their effect on volatility, and how COVID-19’s impact on the world is shaping the mortgage market.
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