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A new report says that economic development officials seeking to revive underpopulated urban neighborhoods may be overlooking a promising population to help renovate distressed housing: immigrants.
Mortgage rates have reached their peak to date this year in the week leading up to the expected rise in the key interest rate, with the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaging 4.13 percent, according to Freddie Mac’s recently released Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®). The key rate, which the Federal Reserve will determine action on next […]
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If—to quote Frank Sinatra—you want to wake up in a city that doesn’t sleep, you should obviously pack your bags and head to New York. Now, if you really want to be “king of the heap,” you need to be well-versed in Greenwich Village history. And thanks to this digestible recap, you will be ready […]
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Top real estate executives’ confidence in the U.S. economy and housing market for 2017 has softened compared to two years ago, and 42 percent have grown less confident in the world economy since January, according to the latest Imprev Thought Leader Real Estate Confidence study. “Real estate leaders are clearly less bullish about the coming […]
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Attitudes toward housing have swung since the outcome of the election, with consumers expressing opposing expectations of the market to come, according to Trulia’s recently released 2017 Housing Outlook Report. Post-election, the report shows, Republicans felt positive toward the market next year, anticipating better buying conditions; Democrats, however, felt less positive. “While it’s still too […]
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Editor’s Note: Greg Rand, CEO of OwnAmerica, recently presented at the IMN Single-Family Rental Investment Forum. The following are highlights from his presentation, which addressed the Trump Administration’s role in the single-family rental market, among other trends in housing. The housing market thrives on optimism. That announcement we saw last week with Carrier keeping 1,000 […]
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I guess your friends wouldn’t be impressed if you told them you’re moving to a nine-bedroom mansion when your old digs used to be the White House. That doesn’t mean Barack and Michelle Obama’s new Tudor-style home isn’t a sight to see. Not only are the furnishings and architecture stunning, but the house is also […]
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Americans’ credit profiles have recovered extensively since the recession, with the average credit score now closing in on a pre-crisis benchmark. According to Experian’s recently released State of Credit report, the average credit score in the U.S. is 673, six points shy of 679, the average in 2007. The tapering gap represents healthier conditions for housing, which […]
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NAR PULSE—Residential and commercial practitioners across the nation will be pleased to learn that RPR Mobile™ now includes commercial data and reporting. Learn more about this valuable asset by checking out this simple infographic. You Are Just a Quote Away from Your Next MVP Reward Act now and request an instant quote on health, dental, […]
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In the following interview, Art Meyer, sales associate with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties in Ridgefield, Conn., discusses reaching millennial homebuyers and sellers through a strong social media presence. Region Served: Westchester, Duchess and Putnam Counties, N.Y.; Fairfield, Litchfield, New Haven and Hartford Counties, Conn. Years in Real Estate: 14 Facebook: Art Meyer Favorite […]
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Former presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson accepted President-Elect Donald Trump’s nomination to Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) secretary Monday—an appointment, which came despite Carson’s initial reservations, that marks the first African-American selected to serve in a senior role in the new administration. “Ben Carson has a brilliant mind and is passionate […]
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