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So many people have already refinanced at rock-bottom rates that the pool of potential applicants is shrinking.
The cost of housing is rising at a fast clip, and nowhere is it more apparent than in the market for newly built homes.
U.S. homebuilders bounced back from recent funk, as current sales and sales expectations leaped forward.
Homebuyers are opting to put less money down when purchasing their homes, increasing their risk should the housing market falter yet again.
Sale prices of luxury homes in the second quarter of this year were up 7.5 percent from a year ago.
Potential buyers, both young and old are trolling listings online and packing in to crowded open houses.
Total mortgage application volume fell 2.8 percent last week compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Four of the nation's largest cities are now considered overvalued, and affordability is becoming a bigger challenge.
A monthly index of signed contracts to purchase existing homes increased 1.5 percent in June compared with May.
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Total mortgage application volume rose just 0.4 percent seasonally adjusted compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
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The median home value in June surpassed $200,000, up 7 percent from a year ago, according to Zillow.
Refinance applications surged 13 percent last week, even as mortgage rates remained steady.
The jump in international purchases follows a year-ago retreat and comes as a surprise, given the current strength of the U.S. dollar.
Roofstock claims it can gauge the risk of becoming a landlord right down to the neighborhood level.
The appetite for riskier mortgages is rising, and a small cadre of investment firms is ready to feed it.