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  • Zillow42.87-0.36 -0.83%
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  • NationStar17.37-0.19 -1.08%
  • CoreLogic41.81+0.10 +0.24%
  • RE/MAX55.25-0.40 -0.72%
  • Fannie Mae2.81+0.08 +2.93%
  • Freddie Mac2.675+0.055 +2.099%
  • Wells Fargo53.02-0.72 -1.34%
  • CitiMortgage61.07+0.37 +0.61%
  • Bank of America24.00-0.07 -0.29%
  • Lennar50.39-0.60 -1.18%
  • Fidelity National Financial40.39-0.08 -0.20%
  • D.R. Horton33.07-0.18 -0.54%
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  • First American41.66-0.40 -0.95%
  • BKFS39.10+0.20 +0.51%
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Economists Brighten Up on Labor, Housing

Economists Brighten Up on Labor, Housing

"It's got to be positive for housing, because all your consumer numbers are going in the same direction," said John Silvia, managing director and chief economist with Wells Fargo, who was one of the 39 panelists to participate in the survey. "With more jobs, higher wages, and income growth, you always see an increase in consumer confidence."

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What Will 2015 Bring for Mortgage Rates?

What Will 2015 Bring for Mortgage Rates?

With the Federal Reserve recently ending its monthly asset purchases and turning toward the possibility of bringing short-term interest rates up in 2015, analysts (including economists at Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, the Mortgage Bankers Association, and other housing groups and companies) are calling for the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate to rise to nearly 4.5 percent, with some calling for an average closer to 5 percent.

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Report Details Highlights and Lowlights of 2014

Report Details Highlights and Lowlights of 2014

It's been a rollercoaster year for the U.S. housing market, but analysts at Realtor.com say the patterns seen in 2014 could be the foundation for more stable growth in the coming year. In its year-end review, Realtor.com outlined some of the major trends seen in 2014 that signal a strengthening housing recovery.

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Economic Growth Projected to Lift After Fourth-Quarter Turn

Economic Growth Projected to Lift After Fourth-Quarter Turn

Economists at Fannie Mae are forecasting full-year growth of 2.1 percent for 2014, a full point below 2013's rate of growth, due to the reverse in the final quarter of some unsustainable forces that boosted the economy in the third quarter. However, the group is predicting economic growth of 2.7 percent for 2015.

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2015 Outlook Calls for 4% Increase in Home Sales

2015 Outlook Calls for 4% Increase in Home Sales

In its last outlook of the year, Freddie Mac looked back at five key consensus predictions for 2014, how they fared, and how they will affect housing and the economy next year. In addition to home sales, the four other areas examined were mortgage originations, home values, rental market, and mortgage rates.

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