By Jeremy Collett on 2/14/2019
With every Federal Reserve speaker in recent days stressing that the economy is “in a good place” or “solid,”, we’re left thinking that Fed optimism is somewhat misplaced and concerned that the problems surrounding the global economic slowdown is now creeping into the U.S. markets.
By Jeremy Collett on 2/7/2019
As economic data coming out of China, Japan, and Europe continues to fall, interest rates around the world are decreasing.
By Jeremy Collett on 2/4/2019
Surprisingly, against the backdrop of -50 degree wind chills across the Midwest, mortgage origination has exceeded our forecasts last month.
By Matt Barbato on 1/30/2019
The Pending Home Sales Index fell by 2.2 percent to 99.0 last month, according to the National Association of Realtors.
By Matt Barbato on 1/22/2019
Existing-home sales decreased during the month of December, snapping a two-month streak of increased sales activity.
By Matt Barbato on 1/11/2019
The housing market was defined by low inventory, rising home prices and increasing interest rates in 2018, keeping some prospective homebuyers on the sidelines.
By Chrystal Caruthers on 12/21/2018
By Chrystal Caruthers on 12/19/2018
November existing home sales were up almost 2%, according to the National Association of Realtors. That’s the good news. The bad news is home sales are down 7% nationally year-over-year.
By Jared Fernley on 11/27/2018
Next year’s housing market is shaping up to be an active one after the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced higher conforming loan limits on November 27.
By Jeremy Collett on 11/7/2018
The markets have reacted quickly to the results of Tuesday’s midterm elections.
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