Delayed Spring Buyers Become Summer Shoppers
At the beginning of the year, most analysts were predicting a hot spring sales season for the housing market. But in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, a lot of prospective home buyers put their plans on hold.
Now, it appears they're ready to buy. According to a new analysis,...
New Home Sales Increase Beats Expectations
The housing market continues to show encouraging signs of improvement. Just how encouraging becomes clearer with each new data release. For example, it was just reported that sales of previously owned homes rose nearly 21 percent in June.
Now, new numbers from the U.S....
A Quick Guide to Down Payments By Mortgage Type
Thinking about buying a first home or a second? You have many loan options, and each one varies as far as their down payment requirements. Use this quick guide to get an idea of the amount you'll need to put down on your next purchase.
Is 20% Down Always Necessary to Buy a Home?
Contract Signings Fall But Expectations Improve
What's Around the Corner?
The number of contracts to buy homes fell significantly in April from the month before, according to new numbers from the National Association of Realtors' Pending Home Sales report.
But despite the double-digit decline, Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief...
What COVID-19 Could Mean For Your Mortgage Loan
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 global health pandemic, government officials, economic experts, and United States citizens have watched the housing market with close scrutiny.
Still shaken by the 2008 recession, many homeowners are worried about being unable to afford...