Tuesday
September 1, 2015

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 08/31/2015
    A new study examining average indoor temperatures across the country provides clues to how the definition of a comfortable home varies in different areas of the country. 
  • 08/31/2015
    Researchers find a big difference in the mortgage rates that black and white borrowers are paying, even when traditional variables such as income, education level, and mortgage shopping habits are similar.
  • 08/28/2015
    NAR's latest contract data shows that the surge in home sales this year is likely to continue through summer's end.
  • 08/28/2015
    Turbulence in the stock market may prompt the U.S. Federal Reserve to rethink raising short-term interest rates. 
  • 08/28/2015
    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding the money to 32 cities, counties, and state governments for the removal of lead paint and other health hazards in housing.  
  • 08/28/2015
    Would you have expected these cities to reach new highs?
  • 08/28/2015
    Zillow says it was defamed by Move and NAR when they publicized a whistleblower letter purporting that the real estate portal was stealing realtor.com® data.
  • 08/27/2015
    Forty percent of the largest housing markets are now considered to be in the “stable” range, according to Freddie Mac’s latest housing indicator index.
  • 08/27/2015
    A new list ranks 300 U.S. municipalities to determine the nation’s top performing housing markets. Find out where your region stacks up. 
  • 08/27/2015
    The housing market continues to perform strongly, despite the steady decline in foreclosures and cash sales, according to the latest housing reports.