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Single-family housing starts in February were at a rate of 822,000

Housing Starts Up, Mortgage Apps Down

Single-family housing starts in February were at a rate of 822,000, a 7.2 percent increase from the revised January figure of 767,000, according to data released this morning by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Secure Insight has announced the results of their latest mortgage industry survey

Secure Insight Survey Gauges Industry Reaction to TRID Adjustment

Secure Insight has announced th

Hispanic homeownership rates reached 45.6 percent at the end of 2015

Report Details Hispanic Homeownership Trends

Hispanic homeownership rates reached 45.6 percent at the end of 2015, according to the

​The ideal residence for most Americans is a single-family house in the suburbs

Most Homebuyers Seeking a Single-Family Suburban House

The ideal residence for most Americans is a single-family house in the suburbs, according to the

The renter population is growing in the 11 largest metropolitan areas

Study: Imbalance Between Renter Population and Affordable Units

The renter population is growing in the 11 largest metropolitan areas, but affordable housing options in these markets are shrinking, according to the newly-released

The negative stereotypes of Millennials being irresponsible with their money and burdened by student loan debt has been contradicted in “Majoring in Money: How American College Students Manage Their Finances,”

Study: Millennials Are Financially Responsible

The negative stereotypes of Millennials being irresponsible with their money and burdened by student loan debt has been contradicted in “

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Burglary Rate Down 10.5 Percent

There is some good news for property owners:

Study Finds Millennials Prefer Suburban Homes

A new study by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) is disputing some of the popular stereotypes of Mille

Credit Plus has announced that it is currently testing trended credit data within its platform to meet Fannie Mae requirements

Credit Plus Begins Testing Trended Credit Data

The Newtonian notion that every action creates a reaction has permeated the housing world, a new data from Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS) has determined that the 30-basis-point decline in interest rates during the first six months of this year

A New Boom in Refi?

The Newtonian notion that every action creates a reaction has permeated the housing world, a new data from

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