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Eye on the Economy: Slow Progress after a Tough Quarter The overall economy slowed at the start of 2014, which took a toll on housing and economic activity. According to the Bureau of Economic of Analysis, real GDP contracted at a 1 percent seasonally Read More...
Homes.com Local Market Index and Rebound Reports Show Even Hardest Hit Areas Recovering Homes.com, a leading online real estate destination and a division of Dominion Enterprises, has released its August Local Market Index, a price performance summary Read More...
Home Prices in 2012: Best Year-on-Year Gain in Six Years CoreLogic®, a leading residential property information, analytics and services provider, recently released its December CoreLogic HPI® report. Home prices nationwide, including distressed Read More...
7 Steps to Simplify House Hunting House hunting is a complicated process. From finding the right home, to locking down a mortgage rate you can afford, it is a process that requires an attention to detail and a well-thought-out plan. Below are seven steps Read More...
Home Prices Continued to Rise in August 2012 Data through August 2012, released recently by S&P Dow Jones Indices for its S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices , a leading measure of U.S. home prices, showed average home prices increased by 0.9 Read More...
Home Price Appreciation Helps Housing Move Forward on Road to Recovery Sparked by rising home prices across much of the nation, the housing recovery is now under way, but fiscal uncertainties and other challenges could result in a bumpy ride in the coming Read More...
Q: How Do You Decide whether to Add on to an Existing Home or Purchase a New One ? A: There are a few things to consider, including cost, individual needs, and what will add value down the road. Also important: your emotional attachment to the existing Read More...
Americans' Outlook on Housing Continues to Inch Forward Consumer sentiment regarding the housing market continues its modestly positive trend, according to results from Fannie Mae's August 2012 National Housing Survey. Supported by the expectation Read More...
Existing-home sales were sharply lower in July following expiration of the home buyer tax credit but home prices continued to gain, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Existing home sales dropped 27.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted Read More...