With winter officially over, markets are projecting a strong spring buying season
With the economy finally strong enough for the Fed to pursue its policy of steady interest-rate increases, Freddie Mac predicts that mortgage rates will keep heading upward
October housing starts and permits are expected to increase, but multifamily development will still outpaced single-family construction.
One more global economic giant is sliding, but does it matter here in the U.S,? Doesn’t look like it; investors and traders ignoring it as is the situation with the U.S. equity markets.
The MBS market's knee jerk reaction to 10-year note yield jumped this morning pushed prices down. The 10-year shot up following news of better retail sales.
Credit availability got tighter last month, according to the MBA -- but relief may be on the way
Borrowers cashed out about $8 billion in home equity in the third quarter -- but will the trend continue?
Real estate needs a pick-me-up, something of a surprise considering that home values remain below 2007 prices and mortgage rates continue to hover around 4%.What can we do to perk-up the housing sector? One answer might be help from the Federal Reserve.