Home >> Tag Archives: Housing Bubble

Tag Archives: Housing Bubble

Aging Baby Boomers and the Housing Market?

homebuyers

Accounting for 46 million homes, the baby boomer generation is beginning to enter the age when many leave the housing market. Here’s what a Fannie Mae study found on who would take the place of these aging homeowners.

Read More »

How the U.S. Economy is Driving Housing Demand

On Tuesday, a webinar dwelled on the state of the housing market and trends to look out for in the near future. Here’s how the housing market performed in the first half of 2018 and what one can expect for the rest of the year.

Read More »

Are We Headed Toward a Housing Microbubble?

Five Star President and CEO Ed Delgado spoke at the Federation of Certified REO Experts (FORCE) Rally and American Mortgage Diversity Council (AMDC) meeting Tuesday discussing the industries hardest hit topics: Diversity and a potential housing bubble.

Read More »

5 States Headed for Correction

Home prices are rising and inventory is low—sound familiar? Though it means that housing confidence is up, it also means for certain areas that we could be headed for a correction.

Read More »

GET THE NEWS YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT.

With daily content from MReport, you’ll never miss another important headline in originations, lending, or servicing. Subscribe to MDaily to begin receiving a complimentary daily email containing the top mortgage news and market information.