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FHFA: Q4 Home Prices Edge Up 1.5 Percent

Home prices edged up 1.5 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, totaling 6.2 percent from the fourth quarter of 2015, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA) recently released House Price Index (HPI). The HPI—based on prices for…

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Report: Inaccurate Data Undercuts Business Decisions

Data is only as powerful as its accuracy. Clean data is crucial to the success of a real estate brokerage: accurate internal data secures transactions, while accurate property data facilitates them. According to a new report from Experian Data Quality,…

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Game-changing real estate technology makes its way to Dallas

Remine announced its new partnership with the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, which will bring game-changing technology to more than 30,000 Dallas-area Realtors. Remine will allow Realtors to identify and market to would-be homebuyers at a time when real…

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FHFA: Rising interest rates not slowing down home prices…yet

Home prices continued their strong growth in the fourth quarter despite rising interest rates. Although interest rates are up, housing inventory is down, causing home prices to increase. However, the FHFA’s deputy chief economist explains it may simply be too…

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Existing-Home Sales Begin 2017 with a Bang

Existing-home sales began 2017 with a bang, growing 3.3 percent and hitting a 10-year high in January, according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). With the exception of the Midwest, every region saw gains, with total sales reaching 5.69…

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Priced Out: Gender Pay Gap Spills over to Housing

Editor’s Note: This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. See what else is cookin’ now on blog.rismedia.com: 4 Tips for Organizing Your Home Maintenance Routine Exploring America’s Neighborhoods: Mission District, San Francisco Switzerland’s Most Expensive Residential Addresses Single homebuyers…

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CFPB Explores Alternative Routes for ‘Credit Invisibles’

Twenty-six million Americans are “credit invisible,” or lacking enough credit history to generate a credit score—a factor most lenders use to evaluate loan applications. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has begun exploring alternative routes to determine creditworthiness, including cell…

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CFPB Explores Alternative Routes for ‘Credit Invisibles’

Twenty-six million Americans are “credit invisible,” or lacking enough credit history to generate a credit score—a factor most lenders use to evaluate loan applications. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has begun exploring alternative routes to determine creditworthiness, including cell…

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