Consumers are becoming pessimistic about the rate of home price appreciation, according to a recent report. However, household financial situations expectations seem to have improved.Read More »
Home Equity Increases Despite Slow Appreciation
Although home prices have been slow to grow, tappable equity reached a historical high. But what has been impacting homeowner's ability to tap into that equity?Read More »
How Long Will a Seller’s Market Last?
Despite many markets currently being overvalued, many seller are still holding off until a "buyer's market." Are we heading for a buyer's market anytime soon?Read More »
2020: A Year of Change for the Housing Market?
Home price appreciation is slowing down, but we may not see the housing market flip in favor of the buyer until around 2020. See what experts have to say about the direction of the housing market.Read More »
Is Home Price Appreciation at the Tipping Point?
The appreciation of home prices is slowing down, according to a new report. See how this moderation can impact the market.Read More »
10 Fastest Appreciating Housing Markets in the U.S.
A new report has found that home prices in five states are appreciating much faster than the rest of the country. Which are these states?Read More »
Predicting the Housing Market and Economic Health
Where is the housing market headed and what trends are emerging? Experts weighed in with some interesting answers in a recent survey.Read More »
Worries Climb Over Rising Home Prices
A new report says that half of the top housing markets in the U.S. are overvalued. As home prices rise for yet another month, some fear for the sustainability of the market. Here’s why.Read More »
The Home Appreciation Trade-Off
A new study found that a typical U.S. homeowner is gaining just a little less than the federal minimum wage, in home equity every working hour. Is it then a good idea to sit back and collect substantial hourly home equity “earnings” instead of working from 9-5?Read More »
Study Says: Home Affordability at its Lowest Since 2009
How much does it take to buy an average single-family home in the country? The answer would be approximately $283,000 according to Black Knight Inc’s Mortgage Monitor Report ...Read More »