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Mortgage Applications Rise

Mortgage applications increased 0.9 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending September 2, 2016. The Market Composite Index, a measure of mortgage loan application volume, increased…

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Appraisal volume falls two weeks straight

The latest National Appraisal Volume Index report from a la mode mirrored a lot of the same results from last week as the start of school takes focus away from house hunting. Looking at this week’s mortgage application report, will…

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MBA: Mortgage applications tick up ever so slightly

It’s all quiet on the mortgage application front, per the latest data from the Mortgage Bankers Association. Basically, there are minor movements in one direction or the other each week, but it’s all in the same ballpark, and has been…

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September Is REALTOR® Safety Month

NAR PULSE—Want to share the message of safety with your agents this month? Then register for the free Sept. 14 REALTOR® Safety Webinar – “Get Smart about Smart Homes and Your Safety.” Find out what REALTORS® need to know about…

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Basements Didn’t Matter: New Homes Were Still Larger in 2015

A recent NAHB post shows that, after rising to a record high, the size of new single-family homes has leveled off and, as of the second quarter of 2016, is now trending downward slightly. Several things could be responsible. NAHB (and others) have emphasized a changing…

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Are New Laws Impacting Real Estate in Your State?

New state laws relating to real estate have taken effect over the summer, many of which could impact homeowners, homebuyers and sellers in certain states. One such law, enacted in California, equalizes the rules governing escrow services performed by real…

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Lack of builders holding back housing market

Lack of construction workers is becoming a major issue not just for construction companies, but for the entire housing market. During the housing crisis the industry lost about 30% of its workers. Now, however, those workers don’t want to go…

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