The Obama Administration's July Housing Scorecard reveals signs of strength in real estate, prompting HUD to call for reform that will "reduce the federal government footprint and ensure that private capital takes a sustainable central role."
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REALTOR® University's Center for Real Estate Research Signs Agreement with Asian Real Estate Association of America
REALTOR® University's Center for Real Estate Studies and the Asian Real Estate Association of America have formed a new research partnership aimed at examining how real estate impacts Asian immigrant populations.
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Median home prices continued to rise in the majority of metropolitan areas in the second quarter, with the national year-over-year price showing the strongest gain in seven-and-a-half years.
A housing index that tracks improving housing markets showed signs of cooling this month.
During the first six months of this year, home prices jumped 10 percent, the fastest pace in 36 years, CoreLogic reports.
Resident foreigners, including recent immigrants, typically look for a home for their residence - frequently in a suburb. In contrast, non-resident foreigners more frequently look for vacation homes - typically in a resort.
Every state and the District of Columbia saw a dip in mortgage delinquencies in the second quarter, with some posting double-digit drops, according to TransUnion.
Nearly 90 percent of U.S. housing markets are expected to see price appreciation in the next year, but some housing markets are seeing more drastic gains than others, according to a new report.