NAR: ‘Decade-High Rates Deeply Cut Into Contract Signings’ House hunters are backing away from the housing market as mortgage rates continue to rise sharply.
Home prices weakened in June but were higher than a year ago: S&P Case-Shiller Another report last week showed home prices fell 0.77% from June to July, the first monthly […]
Change happens continuously in real estate – always has, always will. Hard to notice in the day-to-day sometimes, but lately it’s been fairly obvious. And while change can feel daunting […]
Why It’s Time to Dump Home Buyer Love Letters Some personal letters from home buyers to sellers can open the door to housing discrimination.
Home prices have jumped 19% across the U.S., and far more in some markets “Overall, a lack of supply that is lifting prices remains a headwind for home sales.
U.S. New-Home Sales Declined in February for a Second Month New-home purchases account for about 10% of the market and are calculated when contracts are signed. They are considered a […]
Will the Housing Market Cool Off in 2022? For buyers to be paying that much more for homes, it’s clear that demand is still strong. But will that trend continue […]
Pending home sales sink in February, setting a grim tone for spring season As we move into the spring season, markets remain clearly tilted in seller
Confidence Index Survey: Buyer Competition Intensifies to 5 Offers Per Home Sold With the onset of the spring market, the expectation of rising mortgage rates, and fewer active listings compared […]
New single-family home square footage continues to increase Home size rose from 2009 to 2015 as entry-level new construction was constrained. Home size declined between 2016 and 2020 as more […]