TOP STORIES

Credit starvation fallout
By LOU BARNES Long-term Treasury rates rose under pressure from constant borrowing, but mortgages did well, holding at 5 percent with lowest fees. Versus the 10-year Treasury note at 3.7 percent, that’s the narrowest spread ever measured. Retail sales for February this morning have been mis-described as a strong surprise; in reality, post-revisions, January and February were close to flat versus December. More »

The beauty of backup offers

The Wheel Estate Cam: Episode 15

Sotheby’s realty franchise grows in U.K.

Countrywide will have exclusive license for at least 25 years

Buyers baffled by lack of bargains

Home Sale Hindsight

Imitation building materials don’t flatter

Do fake construction products justify the discount?

OTHER TOP STORIES

Premium Members Rebuilding Homeownership: A Special Report

Geo-fencing and mobile marketing

Foreclosure tsunami hits high-end homes

The unfair late fee

Entrepreneurs and egos

Latest News »

NOTABLE QUOTE

Premium Members "There isn’t a way to sell to people like me. We buy things everyday but don’t like being sold to. Does anyone really like being sold to? You can call me right now, and argue about it if you want to, but the people have spoken on the whole telemarketing issue — which is why we have federal and local laws to block sales pitches." –Teresa Boardman

MOST E-MAILED

Premium Members Real estate Darwinism

Premium Members Top 20 reasons to fire your client

Premium Members Social media in 1 hour a day

 

Show Comments Hide Comments

Comments

Sign up for Inman’s Morning Headlines
What you need to know to start your day with all the latest industry developments
Success!
Thank you for subscribing to Morning Headlines.
Back to top
Refer, reward, repeat. Share a 90-day free trial and get $$$.Refer & Earn×