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November 2, 2016

Foreclosure Rate Falls to 9-Year Low

The percentage of foreclosed mortgages reached its lowest point in nine years, according to Black Knight Financial Services’ September First Look report.  The presale foreclosure rate […]
October 18, 2016

High Rents and Student Debt Hinder Homeownership

Higher rental costs and student loan debt continue to prevent many Americans from purchasing a home, according to the results of a survey from NeighborWorks America.  […]
October 17, 2016

Existing Homes Fall to 7-Month Low

Contracts to purchase previously owned homes fell to a seven-month low in August, held back by a tight supply in the housing market, according to a […]
October 13, 2016

24% of Housing Markets Less Affordable Than Norm

Homes were less affordable than their historic averages in 24% of U.S. markets as prices rose and wage growth slowed, Attom Data Solutions found in its […]
October 10, 2016

Home Loan Modifications on the Decline

Loan modification activity fell again on a monthly basis, but there are still several states where borrowers need assistance, according to the Hope Now alliance.  Hope […]
October 4, 2016

Survey: Election Outcome is Economy’s Big Threat

What the majority of Americans fear most about the upcoming presidential election is the election itself — and that might be the scariest part of all.  […]
September 29, 2016

Labor Day Week Sees Uptick in Mortgage Applications

Homebuyers jumped back into the market after Labor Day, filing applications for mortgages at a far faster pace than in previous weeks.  Total mortgage application volume […]
September 27, 2016

Housing Debt is a Growing Concern for Retirees

Americans are carrying higher levels of debt as they head into retirement, raising the specter of financial headaches in their old age, according to a new […]