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How pricey your home is may influence how quickly you're evicted from a home in foreclosure, finds a new study.
Existing-home sales improved in January from the previous month by 4.3 percent, pointing to improved sales in 2012 if the trend holds. NAR’s forward-looking pending home sales index, with a 2 percent gain in January, also points to sales growth. The latest pending sales level, at 97.0, is at its highest in the last five years, not counting the spikes caused by the home buyer tax credit in 2009 and 2010.
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Pending home sales are on an upward trend, which has been uneven but meaningful since reaching a cyclical low last April, and are well above a year ago.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the upward trend in pending home sales, which has been uneven but meaningful since reaching a cyclical low last April, and are well above a year ago.
All of the major commercial real estate sectors are seeing improved fundamentals, but multifamily housing is becoming a landlord’s market commanding bigger rent increases.
Existing-home sales rose in January, marking three gains in the past four months, while inventories continued to improve.
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