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Survivalists drive housing market in Idaho

Aug 15, 2012
Homebuyers preparing for a disaster -- natural, economic or otherwise -- have helped the housing market in remote north Idaho weather the downturn.
Posted In: Housing, idaho

Shedding light on the 'shadow' real estate market

Aug 14, 2012
Many feared that millions of homes in foreclosure but not yet on the market would derail the housing recovery. But what ever happened to the "shadow inventory," as it's known?
Posted In: Housing, foreclosure, shadow inventory

Rental markets tighten up in Chicago

Aug 13, 2012
Renters trying to find places in hot up-and-coming neighborhoods in Chicago find themselves facing big price increases and stiff competition.
Posted In: Housing, Chicago, rent

Collective home ownership on the rise

Aug 10, 2012
Your friends and you have been through a lot together -- but do you think you can buy a house with them?
Posted In: real estate, Housing, collective home ownership, mortgage, friends

A positive sign: Profits for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

Aug 8, 2012
Rising home prices contribute to profits for the bailed-out mortgage lenders. Higher home prices should help the real estate market and homebuyers, too.
Posted In: mortgage, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, home prices, Housing

U.S. seeing signs of a housing rebound

Aug 8, 2012
Home prices are rising and the number of Americans behind on their mortgages has fallen to a three-year low -- all encouraging signs of a rebound in the housing market.
Posted In: Housing

Home prices up nationwide

Aug 8, 2012
Why the reason for the jump in home prices and has the housing market really rebounded?
Posted In: Housing, housing market

Late mortgage payments reach three year low

Aug 8, 2012
Today the credit rating agency Trans Union said late payments on mortgages have reached the lowest level in three years.
Posted In: Housing

Housing market has hit bottom, but will remain flat

Aug 2, 2012
Don't believe those real estate agents when they say the housing market's hit bottom and is going to rebound. The market is going to be flat for a long time to come.
Posted In: Housing

FHFA rejects White House plan for Fannie and Freddie

Aug 1, 2012
A federal housing regulator is rejecting a White House plan to help borrowers who are underwater on their mortgages. That means they owe more than their homes are worth and there are about 11 million people in that category. The Federal Housing Finance Agency said the potential benefits of cutting mortgage balances for those people don't outweigh the costs.
Posted In: mortgage, Housing, underwater

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