There will certainly be negative impacts on the housing market from COVID-19, but I anticipate that total existing home sales will drop this year by somewhere between 10-15%
by Matthew Gardner | Apr 28
The 4 major factors are land, labor, material costs and regulatory fees
by Matthew Gardner | Apr 21
No one can truly answer this question until we know how mortgage lenders and homeowners who have chosen forbearance will fare
by Matthew Gardner | Apr 13
The jumbo market has not imploded, but economic uncertainty has led to fewer players in that space today
by Matthew Gardner | Apr 6
Looking for a little clarity on this week's economic and housing news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner gives his take on this week’s headlines
by Matthew Gardner | Mar 30
Although the housing market index remained relatively high for March 2020 compared to all of 2019, as economic confidence started to waver, the index faced a slight decrease
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 17
The forecast for interest rates is still low, reinforced by new information from the Federal Reserve
by Lou Barnes | Oct 11
Loan applications are increasing vigorously, while lenders are opening the spigots
by Lew Sichelman | Feb 5
The 10-year T-note dropped to 2.23 percent last week, taking low-fee mortgages almost to 4.00 percent
by Lou Barnes | Apr 17
Homeowners are responsibly handling their mortgage debt, perhaps the best news of all
by Steve Cook | Apr 10
Economic opportunity and political safeguard make it an attractive place to put your money
by Raj Purohit | Feb 24
The 'national' forecasts can be deceiving, so look to your own neck of the woods
by Steve Cook | Feb 23
Tales from a Realtor leader in a struggling but resilient city
by Inman | Feb 16
The company expects a moderate market compared to the last two years
by Caroline Feeney | Nov 30
Changing buyer attitudes and rising interest rates will have to be factored into the equation
by Gill South | Nov 17