Tuesday
May 26, 2015

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 05/26/2015
    Home prices are inching up near peak levels once again, and an increasing number of markets are even being dubbed by some economists as "overvalued" – but that’s not always a bad thing, they're quick to note. 
  • 05/22/2015
    Existing-home sales slowed in April, with all major regions of the country – except the Midwest – experiencing declines, NAR reports. 
  • 05/22/2015
    Single households now make up the second most common household type, even surpassing married households with minor children, reports show. 
  • 05/22/2015
    Average fixed-rate mortgages moved slightly lower this week, a welcome reversal following three consecutive weeks of increases.
  • 05/22/2015
    Two reports released this week from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac economists reflect greater optimism in the housing market this year. 
  • 05/22/2015
    Investors are watching closely the wave of construction of new apartments and how that could impact vacancies as well as their abilities to continue to raise rents. 
  • 05/22/2015
    New census population estimates show that the South has some of the fastest growing cities in America.
  • 05/21/2015
    A new report finds that there is no state in the country where someone earning either the state or federal minimum wage could afford a market-rate one-bedroom apartment.
  • 05/21/2015
    The recent uptick in foreclosure activity reflects a continued "clean-up phase" from the housing crisis, not a start of a new crisis, according to a new report. 
  • 05/21/2015
    Eighty-four percent of adults say that the quality of a home's landscape and yard would affect their decision on whether or not to purchase a home.