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Housing Stands Firm Despite Economic Volatility

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Existing-home sales have suffered in recent months due to the continuous imbalance of extremely low inventory levels and rapid home price appreciation, and industry experts believe that this trend will not end anytime soon.

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The Week Ahead: A Tough Road for Home Sales

Last month, new single-family home sales failed to impress, dropping nearly 10 percent, while existing-home sales saw little movement. Many in the industry are a bit skeptical of a turnaround this month due to a lack of inventory.

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The Week Ahead: Will Existing Home Sales Find Their Balance?

Expect to see an influx of industry news in the last full week of February, including the highly-anticipated existing-home sales report from the National Association of Realtors. The last two reports on existing sales for November and December were hot and cold. Now, the industry is wondering what January's report will reveal.

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Did TRID Really Hinder Home Sales?

Many in the industry believed that the The TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule was the culprit behind the huge decline in existing-home sales in November 2015.

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Existing Home Sales Expected to Normalize

Existing home sales experienced an up-and-down wave of activity in November and December due to the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule, but Ten-X.com forecasts that this may all change soon.

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