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While affordable housing has not been a dominant topic in this year’s presidential race, a new survey by the renters’ advocacy group Make Room and Ipsos Public Affairs suggests that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton—and, perhaps, Jill Stein and Gary Johnso

Poll: Candidates Should Focus on Housing Affordability

While affordable housing has not been a dominant topic in this year’s presidential race, a new survey by the renters’ advocacy group Make Room and Ipsos Public Affairs suggests that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton—and, perhaps, Jill Stein and Gary Johnson—need to

The latest housing market data is pointing to a very serious slowdown, at least in the short-term

Stagnation Trolls the Housing Market

The latest housing market data is pointing to a very serious slowdown, at least in the short-term.

Home sales in March enjoyed a 33.4 percent increase from February and a 3.6 percent year-over-year uptick, according to the latest RE/MAX National Housing Report

Home Equity Levels Rise, But Regional Concerns Linger

The first quarter of this year saw a

The co-author of the Dodd-Frank Act is advocating the selection of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) as Hillary Clinton’s running mate in this year’s election

Barney Frank Pushes for Clinton-Warren Teaming

The co-author of the Dodd-Frank Act is advocating the selection of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) as Hillary Clinton’s running mate in this year’s election.

In what could charitably be described as one of the most peculiar housing market data analyses in recent times, Realtor.com has teamed up with the online ticket marketplace Vivid Seats to determine the connection between home prices and outdoor music venu

Can Outdoor Music Venues Boost Home Prices?

In what could charitably be described as one of the most peculiar housing market data analyses in recent times,

Mortgage Rates Hit New 2016 Low

You can blame it on the British voters, or blame it on domestic uncertainties, or blame it on whomever or whatever—average fixed mortgage rates have hit a new low f

The U.S. continues to be an attractive destination for real estate investors, but the level of property purchasing has fallen off somewhat, according to the National Association of Realtors’ (NAR) 2016 Profile of International Activity in U.S. Residential

Fewer Foreign Purchases in U.S. Real Estate

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The aftermath of the Brexit vote continues to resonate, and a new report from Reis Inc. considers how the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union will affect U.S. commercial property markets.

Report Speculates If Brexit Helps U.S. Commercial Property

The aftermath of the Brexit vote continues to resonate, and a new report from Reis Inc. considers how the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union will affect U.S. commercial property markets.

A court challenge to the constitutionality of President Obama’s controversial 2012 recess appointment of Richard Cordray to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been put on hold by a U.S. District Judge

For Vice President: Richard Cordray?

The list of potential running mates for Hillary Clinton has expanded to include a name that is very familiar to mortgage professionals: Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

David H. Stevens has advice to the nation’s political leaders: Play nice

MBA’s Stevens Bemoans Election Year Rancor

David H. Stevens has advice to the nation’s political leaders: Play nice.

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