Long-term U.S. mortgage have restarted to climb. More sales are being canceled. Consumers have been staring down one of the fastest increases in mortgage rates in decades. Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post Long-term U.S. mortgage have restarted to climb. More sales are being canceled. appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Tough Times Ahead…Analyze More Than Just an Applicants’ Income Tough Times Ahead… Analyze More Than Just an Applicants’ Income. By Scot Aubrey Everyone loves a good survivor story. Whether it is a group of 12 boys rescued from a cave in Thailand or the indomitable spirit of a soldier who endured more than two and
U.S. long-term mortgage rates dip, but there are more homes on the market Buyers have gotten a slight reprieve in recent weeks from the massive run-up in mortgage rates that’s dominated this year. | realestate.boston.com The post U.S. long-term mortgage rates dip, but there are more homes on the market appeared first on Boston.com Real
The Relationship Between Government & Investors, Affordable Housing and More As part of a three-part series, Omaha REIA’s “REIA Radio,” talked with National REIA’s Charles Tassell who shared valuable insights into legislation and how government involvement in regulating the real estate industry is affecting affordable housing. A successful investor himself, Tassell also shares smart ways
Housing Market Will More Likely Plateau, Not Crash CNBC’s Diana Olick says the housing market isn’t going to crash, but some sort of plateau is more likely. She discusses the state of the current housing Market slowdown on CNBC’s “The Exchange.” Changes in a $ 300k home in 2019 versus 2022. Click here to watch
Maine governor signs a bill allowing more homes on lots to address the housing crisis The new law allows accessory dwelling units and duplexes to be built in areas zoned for single-family housing. Continue reading at RealEstate.Boston.com. The post Maine governor signs a bill allowing more homes on lots to address the housing crisis appeared