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A stain of pessimism is polluting how some homeowners perceive the housing market and their homebuying decisions, according to a new poll commissioned by Trulia
A stain of pessimism is polluting how some homeowners perceive the housing market and their homebuying decisions, according to a new poll commissioned by Trulia.   In a survey of 2,264 adults conducted by Harris Poll, 21 percent of respondents said a housing purchase mistake they made in the past... Keep Reading....
Last week’s Fourth of July holiday did little to boost enthusiasm in the housing market, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey
Last week’s Fourth of July holiday did little to boost enthusiasm in the housing market, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending July 7.   The Market Composite Index fell by decreased 7.4 percent on a seasonally adjusted... more
For the first time in seven months, there is evidence that appraisers and homeowners are coming closer in sharing an opinion on residential valuation
For the first time in seven months, there is evidence that appraisers and homeowners are coming closer in sharing an opinion on residential valuation.   According to the latest Quicken Loans’ National Home Price Perception Index, homeowners believe their residences are worth an average of 1.70... more
The national median rent fluctuated during the first half of this year, but it ended up exactly where it began: $1,016 for a one-bedroom, according to new data from ABODO
The national median rent fluctuated during the first half of this year, but it ended up exactly where it began: $1,016 for a one-bedroom, according to new data from ABODO.   Twenty-six states and the District of Columbia saw rental increases in the first six months of 2017, with the largest average... more
Loan delinquency levels are mostly on the decline, according to new data released by CoreLogic.   In an analysis of the national housing market during April, CoreLogic determined that 4.8 percent of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency. This is a 0.5 percent decline from the 5.3 percent... more