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A second consecutive month of increases in the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index could indicate a reversal of the negative trend that began last year.
Despite solid demand, a dearth of homes for sale kept transaction numbers muted in the association’s most recent report on pending sales.
A shortage of existing inventory continues to drive buyers to new construction.
Stunning ocean views are a prominent theme in this past month’s collection of the most expensive luxury listings.
Multiple-offer situations have returned with the spring buying season while distressed and forced sales are “virtually nonexistent,” the National Association of REALTORS® said.
Single-family permits also posted a gain, indicating even more new homes are headed to today’s supply-constrained housing market.
Homebuilder optimism was buoyed by continued shortages of new housing inventory, the National Association of Home Builders reported.
Homebuyers in their 40s and younger are still planning to buy homes, even though most believe the market favors homesellers.
Interest rates on mortgages of all types declined last week, spurring an uptick in borrowing, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported.
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The need for more space is common among all self-storage users: 40% of survey respondents listed this as their primary reason for renting storage space.
High demand drove multiple offers on about a third of pending sales, while 28% of homes sold above list price, the National Association of REALTORS® reported.
The top 10 most expensive listings added to the Multiple Listing Service in the past month include a downtown penthouse and a charming houseboat.
U.S. government data shows builders increased the pace of single-family home construction while slowing the pace of multifamily starts.
The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index rose for the fourth month in a row in April as the construction industry remained “cautiously optimistic.”
Seattle ranked at No. 3 overall, behind Madison, Wisconsin (No. 1) and Minneapolis (No. 2).