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HOME Survey: More Say Now Is a Good Time to Sell a Home

WASHINGTON (June 19, 2019) – The latest consumer findings from a National Association of REALTORS® survey reveal that many more Americans believe that now is a good time to sell a home.   The second quarter of 2019 saw a jump in optimism in selling, as 46% strongly held that belief, up from 37% in the first quarter.   NAR's chief economist Lawrence Yun...

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Health of the Real Estate Economy

You may have seen recent articles warning of “ominous signs for the U.S. housing market.”  One article states that, “recent housing starts data were extremely weak for the month of June, raising alarm about housing.”  Another headline announces that the, “Housing Market Looks Headed for Its Worst Slowdown in Years.”   NAR’s Chief Economist, Lawrence Yun, says that despite the headlines, “Home price growth...

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Economist Upbeat About Pueblo’s Housing Market

Lawrence Yun spoke recently to more than 100 industry professionals from the Pueblo, Pikes Peak, Royal Gorge and Central Colorado Associations of REALTORS®. He talked about housing, for sure, but also favorably about Pueblo's job growth, which he described as improving at a healthy rate, on par with the United States average.   Yun noted that the median price for Pueblo area...

QRM Mortgage Rule Could Ease Credit for Consumers

No minimum down payment, as NAR sought The mortgage financing environment for households could improve as a result of a rule federal regulators are releasing starting today. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is the first of six financial regulators to release the final version of the long-awaited qualified residential mortgage (QRM) rule, which stems from the big 2010 banking reform bill...