MarketWatch  Sep 7  Comment 
U.K. stocks end a choppy session slightly higher Wednesday, finding support from a pullback in the pound, but house builders lose ground.
Benzinga  Aug 23  Comment 
It is hard to tell through personal observation, but the average size of a U.S. house is now shrinking, according to CNBC's real estate reporter Diana Olick. Olick cited data from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and U.S. Census...
New York Times  Aug 23  Comment 
Americans stepped up their purchases of new homes in July to the fastest pace in nearly nine years, the latest sign that low mortgage rates and a solid job market are helping support the residential real estate market.
Wall Street Journal  Aug 16  Comment 
Residential construction rose in July to its highest level in five months, but a stall in building-permit issuance offered a possible sign of caution ahead among U.S. home builders.  Aug 15  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - Homebuilder confidence improved in the month of August, the National Association of Home Builders revealed in a report on Monday. The report said the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index climbed to 60 in August from a...
Wall Street Journal  Aug 15  Comment  Aug 15  Comment 
BRUSSELS (dpa-AFX) - At 10 am ET Monday, the National Association of Home Builders is due to release the results of its homebuilder confidence survey for August. The housing market index is expected to rise 1 point to 60. Ahead of the data, the...
MarketWatch  Aug 15  Comment 
The National Association of Home Builders’ gauge rose more than expected as the economy continues to support housing construction.
New York Times  Aug 5  Comment 
Despite a building boom, some residential buildings haven’t gotten off the ground.
Wall Street Journal  Aug 4  Comment 
With median home prices in San Francisco hovering near $1 million, developers are looking to the far reaches of the Bay Area and beyond in search of affordable land on which to build.


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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