It was not that long ago when one could drive through neighborhoods of lovely homes and see “for sale” signs up everywhere, vacant homes, and uncut lawns. The financial crisis
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll examine where rates are trending, where they’re likely to move in the next few days and what economic and political events are influencing
According to real estate analytics firm RealPage, demand for rental apartments reached a five-year high this spring, spurred by new household formation and home sales not being able to keep
A a recent report by the National Association of Realtors’ Chief Economist Danielle Hale details how and why the housing market is looking more promising over the next few months.
According to recent data released by CoreLogic, big private-equity firms, real estate speculators and others that buy properties comprised more than 11% of U.S. home purchasers in 2018.
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The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported sales of previously owned homes rose in May, citing falling mortgage rates as a reason the housing market may be heading in the
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll look at how rates are trending and how they may be affected by the trade war and other current economic/political events. First however,
It may not be taking over yet, but it’s a trend. Boomers, tired of the maintenance of their large family homes, are downsizing and renting instead of staying put.
Trade wars never happen without consequences to those down the line, and the latest increase in Chinese tariffs is hitting both home builders and remodelers where they live. Whatever project
This week we’re seeing rates staying neutral with average levels of volatility. However, key economic conditions, such as the ongoing trade war with China, could impact rates in the near