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Mortgage activity took a slight breather last week, but applications for government-backed loans are on a tear.
U.S. home values rose at a modest pace in December, a sign there are too few potential buyers to bid up prices.
Bankrate.com surveyed a national sample of 1,000 adults and found that 35 percent did not know their mortgage interest rate.
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A monthly index from the National Association of Realtors measuring signed contracts to buy existing homes fell 3.7 percent last month.
Total volume dropped 3.2 percent for the week ending January 23 on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).
The spring housing market is still about a month away, but industry experts are already arguing its outcome.
HUD's Julian Castro says new lower annual premiums on Federal Housing Administration loans will not cause another taxpayer bailout.
The record sale price of a 60-story luxury apartment tower in downtown Chicago is yet another sign of hot rental market in the Windy City.
Home prices are still rising in Chicago, but among the nation's 10 largest housing markets, price gains in the Windy City come in last.
Mortgage application volume have jumped further, up 14.2 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).
The index of home builder sentiment fell just one point in January to 57 from an upwardly-revised December reading.
Better jobs and higher rents are pushing more young Philadelphians to buy homes in the city's downtown.
Using home sales, prices, construction, mortgage delinquencies and millennial employment, Trulia concludes housing is nearly back to normal.
WASHINGTON, Jan 15- The number of U.S. properties in the process of being foreclosed upon dropped last year to its lowest level since 2006, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said on Thursday. The data for the year overall showed the foreclosure market is "close to finding a floor and stabilizing at a historically normal level," Daren Blomquist, vice president at...
The number of completed foreclosures continued to fall in November, with 41,000 borrowers losing their homes, says CoreLogic.
A sharp drop in interest rates, combined with new reduced costs for the market’s most popular mortgage products, sent mortgage applications soaring last week.
A drop in interest rates has been a boon to real estate investment trusts, but some are questioning just how high these stocks can fly.
Less investor activity and rising home prices could mean a robust spring for Atlanta housing.