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Forget That Starter Home

Today’s News Synopsis: Can you afford a forever home? Builder confidence rose three points this month to 66 according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.  The Mortgage Bankers Association reported a 0.6% increase in mortgage applications from last week. In The News: Mortgage Bankers Association – “Mortgage Applications Decrease in Latest …

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Bloomberg Opinion Piece Says The Market Is Raising Some Serious Red Flags

Today’s News Synopsis: Time to worry about the housing market again???  Mortgage payments are rising at twice the rate as home values with the increase in mortgage rates.  NAHB and Wells Fargo reported a one-point increase in builder confidence this month, putting it now at 68. In The News: CoreLogic – “CoreLogic Reports Rising Single-Family Rent …

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Back To “Skoolie!?”

Today’s News Synopsis: What is the coolest tiny house trend this fall?  The NAHB reported builder confidence continued to remain strong this month, coming in at 67.  What are some common mistakes real estate investors can make early on in their career? In The News: MarketWatch – “Buyers Are ‘Fatigued,’ ‘Burned Out,’ But Kept House-Hunting Even …

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How Many Will Unload Their Homes In The Years To Come?

Today’s News Synopsis: Could Baby Boomers spur a housing bust?  NAHB reported building confidence continues to remain strong at 68.  The first real estate marketplace run entirely off Blockchain is being launched in New York. In The News: NAHB – “Builder Confidence Stays at Healthy Level in July” (7-17-2018) “Builder confidence in the market for newly-built …

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“When I Was Young and Looking To Buy A House…”

Today’s News Synopsis: Why is Avocado Toast synonymous with Millennials?  The NAHB reported an increase in builder confidence for the month of May, which now stands at 70.  The group paying a lot more in mortage costs, over $20,000, are homebuyers with low credit scores. In The News: PR Newswire – “Strong wage growth and steady …

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