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Here’s Why The Rest of 2014 Will Be Rough For Housing HousingWire April 14, 2014 “Housing price appreciation (is) already on the decline, with only six cities in the Case-Shiller index showing strength in recent indexing – Dallas, Las Vegas, […]
Foreclosures Surging in New York-New Jersey Market Bloomberg February 26, 2014 “The epicenter of the U.S. foreclosure crisis is shifting to New Jersey and New York, threatening a housing rebound in one of the country’s most densely populated areas…”
US Housing Recovery Sees Slowdown: S&P Case-Shiller Home Prices International Business Times February 25, 2014 “Standard & Poor’s housing data released Tuesday indicate a slowdown in a recovering U.S. housing market from 2012 and 2013, even though a benchmark index […]
Repaying Home Equity Loans The New York Times February 6, 2014 “Borrowers who opened home-equity lines of credit at the height of the housing bubble should brace for stiff increases in their monthly payments…”
How QM Fails to Deliver HousingWire January 27, 2014 “Although the Qualified Mortgage and ability-to-repay rules are designed to halt excessively risky lending, the new guidelines are likely to fall short on risk restraint when comparing their reality to the […]
New Home Sales Fell 7% in December HousingWire January 27, 2014 “New home sales fell in December, falling 7% below November’s revised rate of 445,000 sales to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 414,000 units, the Commerce Department reported Monday….”
The Tapering of an Era HousingWire December 18, 2013 “The announcement by the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) on Wednesday that it would be tapering both Treasurys and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) by $5 billion each defied conventional wisdom from most […]