Government

June 30, 2016

Most Consumers Will Take Business Elsewhere if Hacked

A recent study commissioned by Centrify found that 66% of adults in the U.S. are at least somewhat likely to stop doing business with a company […]
June 28, 2016

Housing Still Faces Obstacles; Could Be ‘Engine of Growth’

The Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released its 2016 report on The State of the Nation’s Housing. Calling the housing sector “an […]
June 23, 2016

A Mortgage for Debt-Ridden Millennials?

The extent to which student debt is keeping Millennials from buying homes is debatable. But for high-earning young professionals who are saddled with such loans, a […]
June 22, 2016

Presidential Candidates Should Focus on Housing

Nearly two-thirds of Americans think that something can be done to address problems related to housing affordability – and they want the presidential candidates to talk […]
June 21, 2016

Longest Time to Break Even on a Home?

It takes nearly 4 years to get to the point where it makes more sense to buy than rent a home in San Diego County, the […]
June 17, 2016

Small Banks Band Together to Fight Fraud

As the song goes, “I get by with a little help from my friends.”  That sentiment is truer than ever for banks, particularly when it comes […]
June 13, 2016

Is Summer the Best Season to Buy a Home?

Step aside, spring. Summer is becoming the new hot season for home buying, according to a Florida Atlantic University economist.  Competition fueled by low inventory and […]
June 10, 2016

The Link Between Education and Homeownership

A new report from First American Financial Corp. has found that the difference in homeownership between those without high school degrees and those with a bachelor’s […]
June 7, 2016

What are Homebuyers’ Biggest Concerns?

Homebuyers are growing more worried about competition from other buyers, but housing affordability remains their top concern, according to a new survey by the real estate […]