• Ocwen2.71+0.04 +1.50%
  • Zillow42.87-0.36 -0.83%
  • Trulia47+0 +0%
  • 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%
  • PulteGroup22.75-0.27 -1.17%
  • First American41.66-0.40 -0.95%
  • BKFS39.10+0.20 +0.51%
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  • USDJPY=X113.2800-0.5410 -0.4753%
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Increased Pricing, Construction Costs and Location Affect Increases

Increased Pricing, Construction Costs and Location Affect Increases

A recent housing report showed new construction increased in some of the country’s major metropolitan areas during the first quarter of this year. Much of this increase appears to be driven by increased housing demands and decreased supply. However, higher prices, rising construction costs and proximity to where consumers want to be are impacting just how much of an increase can be realized.

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Interest Rates Fall in March

Interest Rates Fall in March

According to the Federal Housing Administration on Thursday, interest rates on conventional purchase-money mortgages decreased nationally from February to March. As interest rates dropped, prices have been on the rise, as shown in the FHFA’s last House Price Index for February, which released on Tuesday. House prices rose an average of 6.4 percent that month year-over -year, and up 0.6 percent month-over-month.

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Luxury Homes Prices Up; D.C. Sales Spike

Luxury Homes Prices Up; D.C. Sales Spike

Luxury home prices are up more than 4 percent over the year, with Washington, D.C., seeing the biggest spike in price. According to one economist, potential tax cuts for the wealthy may be the cause. Other cities to see high year-over-year luxury home price growth were St. Petersburg, Florida; Portland, Oregon; Paradise, Nevada; West Palm Beach, Florida; and San Francisco.

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Applications and Rates Fall as Prices Grow

Applications and Rates Fall as Prices Grow

Though mortgage rates and applications are falling, home prices are rising. Freddie Mac’s House Price Index has shown a steady increase in prices over the last several months. The S&P CoreLogic Case Shiller Home Price Index has shown a similar trend. January’s Index reflected a 31-month high in home prices. During January, home prices were up 5.9 percent year-over-year and 5.7 percent month-over-month.

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Inventory, Affordability Problems Can’t Keep Buyers Away

Inventory, Affordability Problems Can’t Keep Buyers Away

Home sales should remain strong as the year goes on, even despite rising mortgage rates, tight inventory, and declining affordability. Potential existing-home sales rose 0.6 percent over the year and 83 percent over their all-time high. Wage growth, strong employment, and an uptick in building permits will encourage sales further.

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Existing Home Sales, Prices Continue Gaining Ground

Existing Home Sales, Prices Continue Gaining Ground

Tight inventory is continuing to drive home prices upward, but despite the uptick in cost, sales aren’t slowing down anytime soon. According to a report covering March housing activity, existing home sales and overall home prices were both up. The expected rise in interest rates likely pushed buyers into the market ahead of the spring season.

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Fewer Homes Available to Moderate Earners

Fewer Homes Available to Moderate Earners

A new study by Trulia shows that while doctors can still afford most markets, teachers, first responders, and restaurant workers are getting increasingly shut out of markets where they work. Availability for solid, even above-median earners in coastal California is especially low. However, even there, some pockets of affordability exist.

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