Numbers from the first quarter of 2020 show homeownership becoming more affordable for average wage earners. In fact, according to ATTOM Data Solutions’ most recent Home Affordability Report, a median-priced home will cost someone earning the … [Read more...] about Owning A Home Costs 31% Of Average Wage
Home prices have been rising for several years now. A combination of increasing buyer demand and a lower-than-normal number of homes for sale led to more competition among home shoppers and put upward pressure on prices. That’s why most of the … [Read more...] about What Might Be Ahead For Home Prices?
Sales of previously owned homes spiked in February, rising 6.5 percent over month-before numbers, according to new data released by the National Association of Realtors. The improvement made for the strongest month since 2007. “February’s sales of … [Read more...] about February Home Sales Highest Since 2007
Newly released figures from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development show that the number of single-family homes that were started or completed in February rose from the month before. The number of building permits … [Read more...] about Single Family Starts And Permits Up In February
Naturally, when world events cause economic uncertainty, markets react. However, the housing market has some things going for it that may help offset any upcoming volatility. For example, there have been a lower than normal number of homes for sale … [Read more...] about Market Conditions May Help Offset Uncertainty
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