Whether the kids have moved out or you just aren’t using the extra bedrooms, having a house that feels ‘too ...Continue Reading →
Last week’s economic releases included readings on new and pending home sales, Case-Shiller index readings for September, and construction spending. Weekly readings on new jobless claims and mortgage rates were also released.
Home Price Growth Driven by Shortage of Homes for Sale
Case-Shiller Home Price Indices reported 6.20 percent growth in ...Continue Reading →
Home prices continued to rise in September according to Case-Shiller National and 20-City home price index reports. According to the National Home Price Index, national home prices rose 0.70 percent month for the three months ending in September. The National Index regained its pre-housing bubble peak and surpassed it ...Continue Reading →
Last week’s economic reports included readings on pre-owned home sales, weekly reports on mortgage rates and new jobless claims and consumer sentiment. The weekly news cycle was shorter due to the Thanksgiving holidays on Thursday and Friday.
Sales of Previously–Owned Homes Jump in October
Sales of previously owned homes grew by ...Continue Reading →