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A sure-fire sign of an improving real estate market is the fall of foreclosure activity, and luckily those trends are down throughout the nation for the eighth consecutive month, according to RealtyTrac's newly released data ...
A sure-fire sign of an improving real estate market is the fall of foreclosure activity, and luckily those trends are down throughout the nation for the eighth consecutive month, according to RealtyTrac's newly released data ...
A sure-fire sign of an improving real estate market is the fall of foreclosure activity, and luckily those trends are down throughout the nation for the eighth consecutive month, according to RealtyTrac's newly released data ...
First-time homebuyers look to agents to fill in knowledge gaps. Although you’ll likely be sending buyers to a lender, it’s good to understand and be able to explain the terms. Especially if they tell you a number or hand you a credit report and think they’re set. Chances are, most don’t know that consumer credit scores are not a measure of true homebuying power ...
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7 rules of falling mortgage rates
by Lou Barnes
Any downtrend in rates brings temptations and pressures to both professionals and civilians. Hence, a series of rules cribbed from prior declines and adjusted to this one ...
A sure-fire sign of an improving real estate market is the fall of foreclosure activity, and luckily those trends are down throughout the nation for the eighth consecutive month, according to RealtyTrac's newly released data ...
Mortgage rates plus all the latest real estate market news ...
So, the interest rate for U.S. mortgage borrowers is determined by London bookies? So it is, and for one more week. And the result, briefly, rising now: U.S. 10-year T-note to 1.55 percent and mortgages near 3.50 percent, both five-year lows (note that overseas money prefers Treasurys to mortgage-backed securities, the yield spread widening) ...
I’m going to try to be cheerful about this, but I’m not. I got invited last week to a very fancy small luncheon with a top Wall Street researcher/analyst -- a household-name firm. The guy (in suspenders) spoke on real estate, mostly commercial, lucid (if general) information ...
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National foreclosure rates keep pushing down
by Jennifer Riner
More good news for the U.S. housing market rebound: national foreclosure rates continued a downward trend in April. Completed foreclosures, delinquency rates and homes facing foreclosures all softened at national, state and local levels ...
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Although sparsely populated compared to the rest of the nation, Alaska was recently rated as the state with the highest credit card debt per capita by personal finance website Credio. However, two more densely populated states also made the list: Maryland and New York ...
Thanks to the success of several hit TV shows and the rebound of the nation’s housing market, interest in real estate investing -- primarily flipping houses -- is the highest it’s been in nearly a decade. For real estate professionals, this provides a unique opportunity to build profitable long-term relationships by becoming an indispensable member of the investor’s team ...
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A survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Trulia asked respondents: "If you were to buy a home this year, what would you be most worried about? The results revealed that nearly 30 percent Americans are worried they won't find a house they like, compared to 20 percent who say they are worried about rising mortgage rates. When broken down by age group, 37 percent of millennials (ages 18 to 34) are worried they won't find a house they like, which is up 7 percentage points from September ...
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In a time without precedent, benchmarks, or guardrails, we can claim just about anything and opposition will have to acknowledge possibility. But this is serious, and we do have precedent ...
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