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Clusterstock  Aug 29  Comment 
A family from the midwest dropped an eye-popping $300,000 to rent a mansion in Bridgehampton for a single week this summer, The New York Post reports. That's a new Hamptons rental record, according to the post. The home, dubbed the...
Bloomberg  Aug 28  Comment 
Pending Sales of U.S. Existing Homes Increase More Than Forecast Contracts to purchase previously owned homes rose more than forecast in July, a sign of renewed momentum in...
Yahoo  Aug 25  Comment 
New home sales in July were lower than expected but don’t count the home builders out just yet. Here's why.
SeekingAlpha  Aug 22  Comment 
By James Picerno: This week’s upbeat data on housing has inspired a new round of charges that the Federal Reserve “is clearly behind the curve.” Economist Scott Grannis proclaims: “Great news: the Fed is likely to raise rates sooner rather...
Benzinga  Aug 19  Comment 
U.S. home construction rose 15.7 percent in July to a 1.09 million rate, the fastest pace in eight months. Shares of housing stocks are up sharply on the news. Some notable names and pre-market gains: Toll Brothers (NYSE: TOL) - up 1.67...
newratings.com  Aug 19  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - After reporting a notable decrease in new residential construction for the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Tuesday showing a substantial rebound by U.S. housing starts in the month of July. The...
Clusterstock  Aug 19  Comment 
Residential construction activity in the U.S. is bouncing back. The pace of housing starts jumped 15.7% to a 1.093 million unit rate in July, smashing expectations for a pace of 965,000. Permits jumped 8.1% to 1.052 million. Economists were...
SeekingAlpha  Aug 19  Comment 
By Dr. Duru: Home builder confidence is still down year-over-year since June, but the continued momentum off recent lows is potentially encouraging. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) delivered an...
newratings.com  Aug 19  Comment 
OTTAWA (dpa-AFX) - The U.S. dollar traded higher against its major counterparts on Tuesday, as upbeat data on U.S. homebuilder sentiment index for August pushed forward expectations for an early interest hike by the Federal Reserve. Homebuilder...
Bloomberg  Aug 19  Comment 
Persimmon Sales Jump as Buyer Demand Increases Persimmon Plc, the U.K.’s largest homebuilder by market value, said sales of houses and apartments rose 28 percent in the...




 
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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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