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Study: Real Estate Industry’s Outlook Softens for 2017

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…

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Surveying the American Dream: Housing Optimism Swings Post-Election

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…

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The Single-Family Rental Market under Trump

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…

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Check Out President Obama’s New D.C. Digs

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…

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Fannie Mae: Americans again expect home prices to start rising

Consumer optimism fell in December, but was partially offset by the increased optimism after the presidential election. But how will this play out long term? Fannie Mae cautions readers against drawing conclusions about sustainable changes in consumer sentiment so soon…

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Commissions, Inc. acquires TigerLead from Move

Earlier this year, Fidelity National Financial, the nation’s largest title insurance company, acquired Commissions, Inc., a provider of web-based real estate marketing and CRM software for residential real estate agents and agent teams, pledging to grow the company’s business. Now,…

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Credit Closes In on Pre-Crisis Benchmark, with Midwest Most Improved

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…

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