Archived Newsfeed August 2018
Economists and housing watchers have said for years that prices couldn’t continue growing as fast as they were. The market finally got the message.
List price can dominate decision making for buyers, but is it always a clear indicator of where value lies?
A slew of negative housing numbers for July are piling up on top of a slew of negative housing numbers from the last several months.
Mortgage borrowers came back to the table last week to refinance and to purchase homes, after their numbers fell for most of the past month.
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After several years of rich home price gains, the market appears to have found a limit to what people can afford. Sellers are finally responding by lowering prices more often.
8-15-18 Homebuilder sentiment falls to the lowest point in almost a year as affordability becomes a bigger worry
U.S. homebuilders are slowly losing confidence in their business.
8-13-18 Ready to Talk About Real Estate?
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Interest rates for home loans ticked down as simmering trade tensions kept investors flocking to the safety of bonds, even as evidence mounts that more would-be home buyers may be giving up.
Rising home prices continued to hit the mortgage industry hard last week.
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Sellers in some of the U.S.’s most in-demand areas are looking to turn profits, leading to a large inventory jump in those areas, according to a realtor.com® report released Wednesday.
The construction business is having trouble attracting young job seekers.