Tuesday , 17 September 2019

Buzz Feed

Builder Confidence Grows in September

Lingering trade tensions with China have not put a damper on builder confidence according to a new report, but they have impacted other sectors. The post Builder Confidence Grows in September appeared first on theMReport.com.

Read More »

Housing’s Imbalanced Environment

According to new data from Fannie Mae, demand for homes is especially high, but limited supply continues to be a concern. The post Housing’s Imbalanced Environment appeared first on theMReport.com.

Read More »

Detailing California’s Housing Crisis

California Gov. Gavin Newson has allocated $2 billion toward the state’s housing woes, but rising home costs and lack of availability are impacting daily life. The post Detailing California’s Housing Crisis appeared first on theMReport.com.

Read More »

What Weighs on Housing

Consumer spending remains the primary driver of the current economic expansion, including demand for homes, but according to Fannie Mae, the market is imbalanced. The post What Weighs on Housing appeared first on DSNews.

Read More »

How to Find a Real Estate Appraisal Mentor

If you’re a licensed trainee entering the appraisal business, finding a supervisor can be a challenge. Many real estate appraisers don’t have the time to mentor a beginner. Sometimes they fear that the newcomer, once fully trained, will become a competitor. However, this is a “greying” business. Older appraisers will often want to keep the business alive, and thus will …

Read More »

Rates Recover Modestly, But Uncertainty Remains Ahead of Fed Day

Mortgage rates closed out their worst week since 2016 on Friday as the bond market underwent a classic correction after its best month since 2011. The bigger and more sustained a drop in rates, the bigger the potential correction. There were, however, some actual market fundamentals underpinning the rate spike. Some investors are worried that central banks (like the Fed) …

Read More »