Final repossessions of properties also dropped overall, but did increase in 21 states and the District of Columbia, including Massachusetts, Alabama, New York, Virginia and New Jersey. Daren Blomquist, spokesman for the Irvine, California, data company, said just over half of the foreclosures that did take place were related to the housing crisis, which began in...
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A monthly reading of homebuilder confidence spiked 7 points in December, its first measure done after the presidential election.
Borrowers are still adjusting to a housing market with higher rates.
A great debate is going on over whether rising rates will really matter to housing.
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Home equity lines of credit are susceptible to a rise in interest rates, which means they just got more expensive.
The bleeding in the mortgage business appears to have slowed, following a sharp rise in mortgage rates postelection.
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