Mortgage Applications Falls to Lowest Level in 22 Years The Wall Street Journal is reporting (reposted on realtor.com) that mortgage applications fell to their lowest level in 22 years during the first week of June. They say this is another sign that the U.S. housing market is “coming back to Earth” after a red-hot, two-year
Boxford post-and-beam home takes farmhouse chic to a whole new level The home has four bedrooms and three full baths and sits on 6.11 acres dotted with apple trees. See inside at realestate.boston.com. The post Boxford post-and-beam home takes farmhouse chic to a whole new level appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
With sea level rise to come, Mayor Wu is turning her attention to East Boston’s waterfront. Here’s what to know. As Boston braces for the anticipated impacts of climate change, with rising sea levels in its historic harbor, Mayor Michelle Wu is bringing to the forefront a focus on neighborhood resiliency, namely, how East Boston
U.S. mortgage rates have surged to the highest level in two-plus years ‘You’re dealing with two runaway trains: Real estate prices are going crazy and rates are going crazy at the same time.’ | RealEstate.Boston.com The post U.S. mortgage rates have surged to the highest level in two-plus years appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Inflation at Highest Level Since 1982 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is reporting that the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) was 0.5% in December, 2021. However, the all items index rose 7% for the 12 months ending December, the largest 12-month increase since 1982. Click here to read the full release