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The South takes the cake If you're looking to buy a home in this fall, you might want to consider heading south. According to Ten-X's fall 2017 Top Single-Family Housing Markets Report, that's where the majority of the nation's strongest markets lie. In fact, the Lone Star State alone claimed the top three spots. Texas […]
Today's housing market is churning -- full of buyers and sellers -- for good reason.Money is available and inventory is improving.
When it comes to the appreciation value of a home, single men see a better return than single women.
October 11, 2017 in Real Estate News
Younger home buyers are dominating the housing market in some unlikely places. What's drawing them to these little-known areas?
Building is up, but so is buyer demand. Is increased construction spending by builders enough to alleviate price increases?
if you're buying a home in the (expensive) Seattle area, this new program by Loftium and Umpqua Bank might help. It provides down payments to those willing to participate in the program.
September 20, 2017 in Real Estate News
In the news, building starts were down in July; many believe due to hurricane activity.
September 7, 2017 in Real Estate News
The king and queen of entertainment just took on a huge monthly payment -- more than the average American spends on an entire house.
August 24, 2017 in Real Estate News
New-construction home sales slowed in July, as buyers retreat. New home prices are rising. Is it time to start looking for a new home to buy?
Started homes dropped slightly in July, which doesn't help the home buyer's plight: not enough homes to buy.
We know why buyers are discouraged: lack of housing inventory? But why are sellers also pessimistic about their selling opportunities? Advice and analysis.
August 2, 2017 in Real Estate News
It's the best time of 2017 to get pre-approved. Fall is coming, and it could become way easier to buy a home. Forecast and analysis.
New construction home building is showing signs of life. Still, home builders admit severe challenges to building, and demand outstrips supply.
Mortgage rates are poised to fall, say consumers. A record number of survey respondents are calling for lower rates, according to a new Fannie Mae Study.
2017 Conforming, FHA, & VA Loan Limits
Mortgage loan limits for every U.S. county, as published by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)