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The question for the mortgage industry is: how will Trump’s presidency affect the housing market? It’s a tricky one to answer. There was a jump in confidence among both consumers and businesses post-election, and the stock market finished 2016 strong. … Continue reading
Whenever there is talk about an improving housing market, some begin to show concern that we may be headed toward another housing bubble that will be followed by a crash similar to the one we saw last decade. Here are … Continue reading
Of all the indicators describing the not-very-impressive U.S. economic performance of the first decade-and-a-half of the 21st century, the least impressive is probably median household income. It hit an all-time high in 1999 of $57,843 (converted into 2014 dollars), and … Continue reading
Housing starts edge higher The overall level of housing starts ticked higher in July, driven by the multi-family sector. Data from the US HUD and the Commerce Department show a 2.1 per cent rise in starts to a seasonally-adjusted annual … Continue reading
(HUD) recently announced the agency is making $2 million in grants available to help low-income families
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently announced the agency is making $2 million in grants available to help low-income families and young people apply for federal aid for college and other post-secondary educational opportunities. The funding … Continue reading
When contemplating retirement, you might wonder whether there’s enough money in your retirement savings to support you adequately — without having to work during retirement or find some other source of income. The folks at GOBankingRates have been wondering about … Continue reading
Tight inventory and the highest resale activity in nearly a decade will continue driving home prices up, according to new data from CoreLogic. On Tuesday, the analytics firm released its Home Price Index and HPI Forecast data for May. The … Continue reading
Two senators taking the lead in housing finance reform made considerable profit betting against the housing market – albeit probably without knowing they were doing so. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) are currently the sponsors of … Continue reading
The real estate valuer’s adjusted market report predicts that the impact of the spring buying season has been limited nationally, with quarter-over-quarter growth of 0.6 per cent and regional growth of 0.2 per cent in the West, 0.8 per … Continue reading