An increase in the number of mortgage applications means that the housing crisis that played such a major role as both a cause—and effect—of the Great Recession continues to fade into the nation’s rearview mirror.
Even rising interest rates have not, as yet, kept many potential homebuyers from considering a home purchase; as an example, mortgage applications increased almost 1.5 percent in the final week in June. Continue reading “Rising Number of Mortgage Applications Signals Housing Recovery”
While it may not be “the best of times and the worst of times” for America’s housing cialis sector, there is definitely a mixed bag of news when it comes to US home foreclosures in the spring of 2017.
Continue reading “US Foreclosures: A Tale Of Two Trends”
What American familial reality has remained common from the days of the Great Depression, through the recent Great Recession, and continues to grow to this day?
The answer is: multi-generational housing.
Continue reading “Multi-generational Housing Trends”
As America—and American businesses—prepare to adjust to the new realities resulting from the change in Administrations, one of the most high profile areas of debate continues to be the nation’s immigration policy.
Continue reading “Immigration’s Effects On The U.S. Housing Market”
The great—and always quotable—late baseball legend Yogi Berra coined the phrase “it’s like déjà vu—all over again”.
With American housing prices reaching new heights, pricing levels not seen in a decade, housing industry experts are left to wonder if Berra’s axiom is proving to be true yet again.
Continue reading “Déjà Vu? Housing Prices Reach New Heights…Again”