Slightly higher mortgage rates did not deter homebuyers looking for a loan last week.
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Sam Zell said he’s investing less because he sees fewer opportunities and selling more because he doesn’t get buyers’ optimism.
Prices hit a record high, offering further evidence of a pick-up in economic growth early in the second quarter.
The number of homes for sale drops as demand outstrips supply and potential sellers bow out.
Mark Zuckerberg’s residence is set for an overhaul, with plans to downsize surrounding houses, according to documents.
Toll Brothers’ revenue rose nearly 31 percent, as the company sold more luxury homes at higher prices, mainly in the West market and California.
American retailers already operate in more foreign countries than Asian and European retailers do, but the gap is now widening.
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Mortgage Rates have maintained generally positive momentum since the last Fed Meeting–that is, until they had a chance to digest the Minutes from that Meeting. The Minutes showed a Fed that was much closer to hiking its policy rate than markets expect…
The housing crisis thinned the ranks of Realtors, but a new guard is signing up, younger folks who want to sell you a house.