CoreLogic: May Prices Up 7.1 Percent

Analysts are anticipating home prices to tick up, but decelerated to a lesser pace, according to CoreLogic’s latest Home Price Index (HPI®) report. CoreLogic data found that May prices rose 1.1 percent month-over-month and 7.1 percent year-over-year. According to a forecast in the report, prices will have risen 0.3 percent in June, and increase 5.1 […]

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Realtor.com: Days on Market and Prices at Records

Amid nationwide shortages in supply, homebuyers in June had more options, but their choices were fast-moving and pricey, according to data from realtor.com®. The average home was listed for a median $299,000 and sold in 54 days—both new realtor.com records. On an annual basis, inventory in June sunk 4 percent, which is a departure from […]

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CoreLogic: April Home Prices Rise 6.7 percent

April home prices rose 1.2 percent month-over-month and 6.7 percent year-over-year, according to the CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI™) and HPI Forecast™. Home prices are projected to rise 0.2 percent from April to May, and 5.3 percent from April 2018 to April 2019. Additionally, of the 100 largest markets, 40 percent are overvalued, or have […]

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2019 to Bring Change in Market Momentum

Although demand’s exploding and home prices are rising swiftly, analysts are anticipating a market moderation in the next year. According to new projections, the fluctuation is forecasted to start in 2019. Analysts at Freddie Mac are anticipating appreciation will decelerate to 3.1 percent in 2019, with home sales to soften at a 2 percent growth […]

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Realtor.com: Early Signs of a Slowdown

Home prices and sales are at their speediest yet, but there are indicators of tempering, according to data from realtor.com®. In May, listings were at a median $297,000, which is 2 percent higher than in April and 8 percent higher than in May 2017. Annual growth, however, lost steam; in February, home prices were up […]

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Zillow: $40 Billion to Flood Into Housing Market, Even as Homeowner Incentives Limited

Americans’ earnings, generally, have gotten a lift on payday as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. With cuts come more discretionary spending—and, although there are changes to homeowner incentives, almost $40 billion of it is going into the housing market, according to a new report by Zillow. “Despite new limits to two […]

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Midyear Update: Flat Forecast for Home Sales This Year

For the foreseeable future, the housing market will be plagued by scarce supply, according to presenters at the 2018 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo, held recently in Washington, D.C. With the economy and employment encouraging growth, home sales will be subdued, though still on an uphill track, according to National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) […]

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Half of Markets Outpacing Peaks Prior to Recession

ATTOM Data Solutions has released its Q1 report on sales, which found homes in 54 percent of metros are at prices above their pre-recession top-out. “Rising interest rates and recently enacted tax reform that removed some tax incentives for homeownership were not enough to cool off red-hot home price appreciation in many parts of the […]

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Stock Market Plunge: Is Real Estate Safe?

Is the stock market crashing? The short answer: no—the Dow is just a little bumpy right now. Monday’s Wall Street frenzy had people from all over the world fearing that a U.S. real estate bubble might be the culprit after the stock market suddenly took a nearly 1,600-point (4.6 percent) plunge. According to CNN Money, […]

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Assessing the State of the Housing Union

In 2018, the challenge for the housing industry will be balancing bursting demand with a severe shortage of supply, according to realtor.com®’s State of the Housing Union, released in-step with the U.S. State of the Union this week. As with 2017, first-time buyers will have the hardest time, with little in their price point. “The […]

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