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With the noticeable changes in the residential market in the past few months many are now looking at the commercial segment for a similar change. Typically, the commercial sector follows the residential trend and the general economy by roughly 18 … Continue reading
The Federal Housing Administration’s cash reserves are falling short. This could impact the market in a multitude of ways, including the FHA depleting its reserves, which creates fewer financing options for buyers as well as impacting how quick stabilization occurs. … Continue reading
It is no surprise that rates are a historic low. Rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages averaged 4.12% for the week ending Sept. 8, down from 4.22% last week and 4.35% a year ago. The mortgage’s previous low was set the … Continue reading
News on the housing market seemed to be the hot topic at the office and with good reason. Today, with new home sales and existing home sales dropping, many are wondering what’s next. Originally published at http://realtyevolved.net by Sherwin Sucaldito. Continue reading
Crain’s today reported that sales similarly jumped 27.5% to 2,526, compared to 1,981 homes sold in June 2009, the 10th consecutive month of higher year-over-year sales for the city. There are future obstacles ahead though. Originally published at http://realtyevolved.net by Sherwin Sucaldito. Continue reading