Home >> Tag Archives: Housing Supply (page 10)

Tag Archives: Housing Supply

Is Low Inventory Holding Back Home Sales?

Many buyers reported that finding a home that fits their needs was the biggest obstacle to buying a home. Lately, however, more prospective buyers are reporting that they are having trouble simply finding a home at all.

Read More »

Home Sales Slow to Start New Year

Analyzing transactions from 53 major metros nationwide, RE/MAX's latest National Housing Report showed home sales plunged 32.1 percent from December to January, more than wiping out the prior month's 14.4 percent gain.

Read More »

2014 Marks Second-Best Year Ever for Texas Housing

Using data from multiple listing services in markets throughout the state, the Texas Association of Realtors reported Monday that single-family home sales statewide totaled 66,664 last quarter, an 8.46 percent increase from the same period in 2013.

Read More »

New Home Sales Jump in December

The Commerce Department estimated Tuesday that new home sales in December were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 481,000, a jump of 11.6 percent from November's downwardly revised sales rate of 431,000. Economists had expected a smaller increase in sales to a rate of 452,000.

Read More »

December Home Sales Jump 14.4% from November

RE/MAX reported Monday that home sales activity jumped 14.4 percent nationally month-over-month December, a sharp reversal from November's 22.5 percent drop. Compared to the same month in 2013, December sales were up 3.9 percent, making it one of only a handful of months in 2014 to see transactions improve on a yearly basis.

Read More »

2014 Brings Calm to California’s Housing Market

California's housing market made more small strides toward stability over the last 12 months, though sales activity took a dip compared to the year before. For the entire year, C.A.R. estimates that 383,320 single-family homes closed escrow across the state, a 7.6 percent decline from 2013.

Read More »