MarketWatch  Jun 18  Comment 
Steadily rising construction of new homes has given a jolt of adrenaline to the economy in the past several years, but a recent slowdown raises questions about whether a key driver of U.S. growth has fallen into a ditch.
MarketWatch  Jun 16  Comment 
Homebuilder stocks dropped in premarket trade Friday, after data showing a surprise sharp decline in the construction of new homes in May. The SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF slipped 0.5%, but many individual homebuilder shares were hit a lot harder....
MarketWatch  Jun 16  Comment 
Construction on new houses fell in May for the third month in a row even though builders are optimistic about the economy, perhaps a sign a shortage of skilled workers is holding the industry back. The pace of so-called housing starts declined by...
Channel News Asia  Jun 15  Comment 
NEW YORK: Technology shares suffered another bout of weakness on Thursday (Jun 15), leading the broader market lower amid unease over rising US interest rates and uncertainty about President Donald Trump's agenda. Analysts said lacklustre data on...
Forbes  Jun 8  Comment 
A look at the financial and strategic aspects of your residential real estate investment including taxes, rent, appreciation, leverage and how to identify the best markets to invest in.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 6  Comment 
New launches in residential real estate has witnessed 16 per cent decline with the total number of units standing at about 25,800 units for the first quarter of 2017.In its latest report, real estate...
Channel News Asia  Jun 5  Comment 
U.S. homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc said on Monday it offered to buy 75 percent of real estate development company Forestar Group Inc , which in April agreed to be bought by Starwood Capital Group.


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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