Yahoo  May 1  Comment 
U.S. construction spending fell in March to a six-month low as outlays on private residential construction spending declined sharply, which could add to concerns about the economy's ability to rebound strongly from the first-quarter's soft patch....
Reuters  Apr 29  Comment 
Brazilian homebuilder Gafisa SA said in a securities filing on Wednesday that it had been approached by groups of investors interested in taking a stake in one or two...
Forbes  Apr 28  Comment 
Last week was a tough one for the homebuilders as D.R. Horton (DHI) reported a 38% increase in 2nd quarter home sales. Still, the stock dropped 6% for the week with 15 million shares trading two days last week, which was three times the daily...
Insurance Journal  Apr 17  Comment 
Austin-based Texas Mutual Insurance Co. announced it awarded a dividend of $117,226 to the Texas Home Builders (THB) safety group. The dividend was earned based on the group members’ dedication to making safety a priority in their businesses and...
MarketWatch  Apr 16  Comment 
The home building sector is getting hit hard in morning trade Thursday, in the wake of disappointing housing starts and building permits data. The iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF is shedding 1.5%, with 33 of its 37 equity components trading...
Wall Street Journal  Apr 15  Comment 
Confidence among U.S. home builders rose briskly this month, an early sign the housing market is picking up after a lackluster winter.
Clusterstock  Apr 15  Comment 
Homebuilder sentiment is improving. The NAHB Housing Market index climbed to 56 in April from 52 in March. “The HMI component index measuring future sales expectations rose five points in April to its highest level of the year,” NAHB Chief...
Wall Street Journal  Apr 14  Comment 
Residential real estate is becoming the next frontier for speed-based investing. Math-driven models powered by historical patterns can size up homes and calculate future income in minutes.
Wall Street Journal  Apr 13  Comment 
Debt-saddled Mexican homebuilder Desarrolladora Homex said it is back in the good graces of Mexican mortgage institution Infonavit, which extends the majority of home loans in Mexico.


this for 2 years just based on the economy. Again just my onopiin as a Mortgage Advisor and an Investor. Rates are still good though if you are looking to buy a home so buy NOW and dont delay if that why you ask on rates. Go for a FIXED rate and NEVER an ARM right now. Give the markets 8 yrs roughly and the rates will possibly DROP again!April 3, 2011 | 11:26 am

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