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Real Estate News Recap: New-Home Sales Surge in the Fourth Quarter as Inventory Tumbles, Prices Flatten Home Prices Rose 7% in January, Housing Supply Fell 11% Mortgage Rates Tick Up Slightly Why The Most Favorable Markets for Tech Expansion Aren’t Where You Might Think 10 Things from Your Grandparents’
Aaron Norris is joined again this week by one who shares his name: Aaron Mazzrillo. He is an entrepreneur, a real estate investor, and a marketer. He also comes at this from a different angle than some people do. Episode Highlights Has he stayed consistent in his business or moved to
Today’s News Synopsis: Low mortgage rates won’t help home buyers much. Home prices increased 7% last month as housing supply decreased by 7%. Mortgage rates increased slightly with 30-year rates now at 3.47% and 15-year rates at 2.97% In The News: Freddie Mac – “Mortgage Rates Tick Up Slightly” (2-13-2020)
Today’s News Synopsis: Is it worth it to live alone? The Mortgage Bankers Association reported mortgage applications increased 1.1% from last week. Almost half of those who own a home place on moving in the new decade. In The News: HousingWire – “Boom: Mortgage lending just had its biggest quarter in
Today’s News Synopsis: What are the most favorable markets for tech expansion? The fourth quarter saw an 8.8% increase in new home sales, the biggest increase in over two years. Where are the best places to live in 2020? In The News: Redfin – “New-Home Sales Surge in the Fourth Quarter
Today’s News Synopsis: Eminent domain in the name of affordable housing? Mortgage maturity volume for both commercial and multifamily properties are expected to increase by 48% this year. If you are holding out to buy until house prices drop, you may be waiting longer than you think. In The News: