Thursday
April 17, 2014

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 04/17/2014
    More home owners caught in the foreclosure process are finding that their homes may no longer be underwater because of rising home prices, according to a new report by RealtyTrac.
  • 04/17/2014
    The strongest recovery in the new-home sector is occurring in the Northeast and Midwest, where builders had been hampered by severe winter weather earlier this year, NAHB says.
  • 04/17/2014
    Economist Robert Shiller, a Yale University professor, told CNBC on Tuesday that even though the housing market is showing some signs of slowing, the recovery still remains strong.
  • 04/16/2014
    Some property professionals question how they could get the best deal for both the buyer and the seller simultaneously, while others say the listing agent is best equipped to sell his or her own listings.
  • 04/16/2014
    The nation’s largest mortgage lender will be accepting DocuSign e-signatures on documents generated and signed prior to closing, including disclosures and loan documents.
  • 04/16/2014
    Builder confidence in the new single-family home market has been in a holding pattern for the past three months, but builders remain optimistic that the months ahead may bring about change. 
  • 04/16/2014
    Brokerage eXp Realty International Corp. is using stock options to give its agents and brokers a greater financial stake in the company, as well as instill greater loyalty among its ranks.
  • 04/16/2014
    Doorsteps.com announces a new mobile real estate app that helps home shoppers learn about their preferences by giving photos a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" when scanning listings.
  • 04/16/2014
    Homebuilders who did not buy up land during the housing downturn are facing much higher costs today — and that may get passed on to home buyers.
  • 04/15/2014
    International buyers are flocking to the U.S. in higher numbers this year in search of what they see as bargain prices, economic stability, and a safe haven for investor money.