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5 'Pesky' Mistakes New Homeowners Make
From seasonal temperature fluctuations to excess rainfall, pests find any excuse to enter your home.
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Single-Family Starts Surge Ahead of Estimates
Single-family housing starts came in above estimates in September, signaling sustained strength in the owner-occupied housing sector. The U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) reports single-family starts in September at a rate of 738,000, or 8.1 percent more than the estimate of 724,000. Units in buildings with five units or more were at a rate of 250,000 over the same period. Privately-owned starts, however, stumbled, down 9 percent at 1,047,000 from an estimate of 1,150,000 and below last September’s rate of 1,189,000—an 11.9 percent decline. Single-family housing completions, in addition, fell 8.8 percent below estimates ...
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REALTORS(R) Submit Recommendations as Know Before You Owe Comment Period Closes
The public commentary period for the proposed Know Before You Owe (KBYO) rule, which addresses many of the concerns raised by the real estate industry since its... READ MORE >
.Homes: A Domain for Real Estate Branding
The process of finding a new home is one of the most important financial decisions a person will make. Because of this, it’s no surprise that people begin searching online... READ MORE >
Education Insider: Determine These Things before Taking on a Short Sale
A short sale occurs when a homeowner sells their home and the proceeds of the sale are not sufficient to pay off the mortgage liens, and, in addition, the seller does not... READ MORE >
Are Rents Finally Stalling? New York City Says Yes
Recent news reports show that rent across the country may finally be leveling off. New data reported by Bloomberg shows that rent in Manhattan fell 1.2 percent... READ MORE >

Why Is Mortgage Delinquency High among Older Homeowners?
Mortgage delinquency rates have been shown to increase among much older homeowners, despite their tendency to hold higher credit scores than younger homeowners, according to recent research by FICO. Mortgage and other closed-end loan delinquency rates, FICO’s researchers found, bottom out among homeowners
Mortgage Apps Up 0.6 Percent

California Home Sales Tick Up Amid Inventory Shortage

Slim Decline for Home Price-Change Expectations



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