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Home sales declined in September, marking the fifth month this year when sales fell year-over-year, according to new data from RE/MAX
Home sales declined in September, marking the fifth month this year when sales fell year-over-year, according to new data from RE/MAX. However, sale prices were up in September, which marked the 71st consecutive month of year-over-year price increases.   Last month saw a 4.2 percent year-over-year... Keep Reading....
Millennials are finding their efforts to become homeowners stymied by financial pressures, according to a new data analysis released by Zillow
Millennials are finding their efforts to become homeowners stymied by financial pressures, according to a new data analysis released by Zillow.   Although this demographic spent approximately $514 billion last year in the housing market, 53 percent of Millennial buyers needed to make multiple... more
A new survey has concluded that then it comes to researching mortgages, Millennials prefer the D.I.Y. aspect of the online world, while Baby Boomers prefer to communicate with people
A new survey has concluded that then it comes to researching mortgages, Millennials prefer the D.I.Y. aspect of the online world, while Baby Boomers prefer to communicate with people.   According to the survey, "The Digital Mortgage Experience: A Study of Shifting Borrower Expectations," from Los... more
Thousands of potential homeowners fail to pursue the American Dream due to confusion over the homebuying process, according to the fifth annual America at Home survey from NeighborWorks America. The new survey found that the average Millennial believed that the minimum required down payment is 21... more
In a very rare appearance before the nation’s largest mortgage industry trade group, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray congratulated himself for predicting the success of his agency’s rules and guidelines
The ongoing will-he/won’t-he speculation on whether Richard Cordray will prematurely exit his directorship at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in pursuit of the Democratic nomination for governor of Ohio seems to be leaning to the won’t-he side thanks to a casual peek at Internet... more