MarketWatch  Aug 3  Comment 
​WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Spending on U.S. construction projects rose 0.1% in June, well below forecast. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a 0.8% increase. Yet the increase in spending in May was revised up sharply to 1.8% from...
Clusterstock  Aug 1  Comment 
I t’s a crisis! U.S. home ownership is plummeting. No one’s buying houses anymore. If this trend continues we’ll be a nation of renters in a few years. Goodbye American Dream. It’s just awful. Actually, that’s just a bunch of...
The Australian  Jul 31  Comment 
A wave of consolidation is expected to sweep through the residential real estate agency sector.
New York Times  Jul 30  Comment 
The bank said it was ending agreements with firms in the real estate industry, such as home builders, that allowed it to market loans to home buyers.  Jul 25  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of homebuilders have skyrocketed recently, buoyed by a sustained rebound in the housing market. The SPDR S&P Homebuilder ETF -- up some 18% in the past year and almost 70% in the past three years -- has bested...
Market Intelligence Center  Jul 24  Comment 
There is midsummer madness in the housing market thanks to soaring demand for homes. This is especially true as existing home sales jumped at the fastest pace in eight years in June while median home prices hit a record high. U.S. existing sales...
MarketWatch  Jul 24  Comment 
Homebuilder stocks turned broadly lower in morning trade Friday, after data showing sales of new homes fell to the slowest pace in seven months. The iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF dropped 1%, with nine of its 41 stock components trading...
MarketWatch  Jul 22  Comment 
U.S. home-builder stocks rallied Wednesday, boosted by existing-home sales in June that rose at the fastest pace in more than eight years. Data released Wednesday also showed median home prices hitting a record. The S&P Homebuilding sub-sector...
MarketWatch  Jul 17  Comment 
Home builders ramp up construction in June as work on multi-unit complexes such as townhouse rows and apartment buildings reaches the highest level in 28 years.


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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