U.S. Housing Market

Clusterstock  5 hrs ago  Comment 
So on Thursday I published an article about why the Clinton-era budget surpluses helped fuel the credit boom that (ultimately) led to the crunch and the recession that followed. It's fair to say not everyone agreed. In fact, some people really...
guardian.co.uk  5 hrs ago  Comment 
Bank of England reports 60,275 approvals for house purchases in December, with low-priced mortgage deals encouraging buyers Britain’s housing market recovered some momentum in December after a deluge of low-priced mortgage deals encouraged...
WA Business News  Jan 30  Comment 
The state government has been urged to consider other measures to boost revenue rather than increasing property stamp duty, which has become a significant contributing factor in the stalling residential market, according to an influential local...
Benzinga  Jan 29  Comment 
A recent report by Bridgewater focused on the current state of the housing market in the U.S. The recovery from the bursting of the housing bubble during the financial crisis has been mostly slow and grinding. Bridgewater analysts explain the...
Forbes  Jan 29  Comment 
Flipping is the practice of buying a house and reselling in a short period. Both professional and casual investors flip houses. And like other asset trading, successful flipping involves buying at a discount, selling at a premium, or both—all of...
Clusterstock  Jan 29  Comment 
A new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) makes the case that the budget surpluses of the Clinton era were to blame for creating the US housing bubble that caused the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression....
Wall Street Journal  Jan 29  Comment 
A gauge of pending home purchases fell in December, a sign of somewhat softer demand in the U.S. housing market headed into 2015.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 29  Comment 
PulteGroup’s results in its December quarter topped Wall Street’s expectations as the home builder begins to see stronger traffic amid a slowly recovering housing market.
New York Times  Jan 28  Comment 
Melvin L. Watt, the Federal Housing Finance Agency director, says that the government can be a responsible steward for most of the housing market.


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