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  • How the Delta variant may impact the housing market Jul. 29th 2021
    How should you look at data on the housing market to tell if things are returning to normal? HousingWire’s lead analyst answers. HW+ Premium Content The post How the Delta variant may impact the housing market appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Oakland homeowner alleges appraiser bias Jul. 28th 2021
    An Oakland woman claims an appraiser and two mortgage lenders violated federal anti-discrimination laws after an appraiser allegedly undervalued her home by $400,000 due to her race The post Oakland homeowner alleges appraiser bias appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Home prices explode on the West Coast Jul. 27th 2021
    Home prices continue to accelerate in May, with the strongest gains occurring on the west coast, in Phoenix, San Diego and Seattle The post Home prices explode on the West Coast appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Are we back to a normal housing market? Jul. 26th 2021
    Favorable demographics should keep the housing market ticking. But watch for home prices escalating out of control and rates moving up sharply, writes columnist Logan Mohtashami. HW+ Premium Content The post Are we back to a normal housing market? appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Existing home sales show strength of demographics Jul. 22nd 2021
    Americans are buying more homes with mortgages in the years 2020-2021 than any single year from 2008-2019. The years 2022-2023 will be the sweet spot years because ages 30 to 31 will make up the biggest age group in history. HW+ Premium Content. The post Existing home sales show strength of demographics appeared first on HousingWire.

  • New homes selling well even as builders pass on costs Jul. 20th 2021
    Although the roller-coaster ride may now be over, the general uptrend in housing starts from the lows of 2018 is still intact. The new-home sector has held up well during this turbulent ride despite the higher construction costs that homebuilders have passed on to their customers. HW+ Premium Content The post New homes selling well even as builders pass on costs appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Home sales are beginning to stall as buyers hit their limit Jul. 16th 2021
    Home sales fell 1.2% from May to June, the largest drop at this time of year on record since at least 2012 per a new Redfin study released this week. The post Home sales are beginning to stall as buyers hit their limit appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Homebuilders urge Congress to address inventory crisis Jul. 15th 2021
    Hampered by labor shortages, rising material costs & government regulation, homebuilders are looking to Congress to decrease the estimated “under-building gap” of 5.5 million homes. The post Homebuilders urge Congress to address inventory crisis appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Pending home sales crush hopes of forbearance crash bros Jul. 05th 2021
    The most recent pending home sales report that soundly beat estimates after a downtrend in the previous months caused some serious head-scratching. Here are the key takeaways for the latest report. HW+ Premium Content The post Pending home sales crush hopes of forbearance crash bros appeared first on HousingWire.

  • June jobs report is great news for the housing market Jul. 02nd 2021
    Large employment gains in residential construction in June could be a sign that the housing market supply constraints are lessening. The post June jobs report is great news for the housing market appeared first on HousingWire.

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