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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – March 5th, 2018. Last week’s economic releases included readings on new home sales, pending home sales and case-shiller home price indices. Construction spending and consumer sentiment reports were also released, along with weekly readings on average mortgage rates and new jobless claims.
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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 30th, 2018. Last week’s economic reports included readings from Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, new and existing home sales and weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims.
According to the Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Index 19 of 20 cities posted slower growth rates for home prices in April. Analysts say that this may not be all bad news as rapidly rising home prices, a shortage of available homes and stringent mortgage credit requirements have caused would-be buyers to be sidelined.
Most say they have raised prices; most have seen profitability decline. But perhaps the greatest surprise is how many have delayed substantive changes. Their willingness to endure erosion of profits.
3. Price growth will slow-but not stop. National home prices have climbed for 23 consecutive months. From January through October 2017 the Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index increased 5.92%, on track for the biggest gains since 2013 when the market was finally recovering from the bust.
Home price growth has fallen for the 12th consecutive month, according to data released by Case-Shiller. Here, a home in Rice Court, where the median sale price has appreciated 111 percent in the.
inman.com corelogic predicts home price growth to slow to 3.4% in 2019 Portland-area home prices up 4.4% in November as market cools oregonlive.com Portland area home prices grew slower in November, a sign of continued cooling in the once red-hot market.
I don’t know what is more dismaying: that the National Association of Realtors brags about how the home buyer tax credit kept house prices rising even while sales. trend that may turn out to be.
home. Lynn, from St. Petersburg, Fla., has been living without paying for three years. In Thousand Oaks, Calif., an actor has missed 30 payments, and still, he has not lost his home. They’re not alone.