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Early Warning Signs

Rustbelt Markets are Missing the Recovery

Not all is going smoothly with the housing recovery as the summer ends. August data from shows that, though inventories are still falling, more and more markets are seeing prices go in the wrong direction, dropping below levels of a year ago. Read More »

Lenders Show Signs of Easing on Refis

In April lenders loosened up slightly on the loan-to-value ratio used to make approval decisions on mortgage refinance applications. However, but the lid is still screwed down tightly on purchase mortgages used to buy homes, according to the Ellie Mae Origination Insight Report. Read More »

Foreclosure Sales Soar

Foreclosure sales spiked in the first month of 2012. Sales in non-judicial states outpaced judicial by over three to one, exacerbating the backlog of foreclosures soon to reach local real estate markets in states where court orders are required to foreclose on homes. Read More »

Will Spring Bring a Triple Dip?

The unimaginable is now a possibility. According to the latest forecast by one of the nation’s leading housing data providers, by the end of the first quarter next year, the nation’s average home prices could sink below the lowest levels reached earlier this last year, when prices set a new record low. Read More »

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