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Pending homes sales slightly increase in September

Finally above last year’s levels
Brena Swanson
Pending homes are officially above year-over-year levels for the first time in 11 months following a meager increase in September.
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Capital Economics: Recovery in home sales marches on

Analysts bullish on housing
Trey Garrison
The increase in existing home sales in September took sales activity to a 12-month high, and with falling mortgage interest rates and what some see as an improving labor market, Capital Economics is getting bullish on housing.
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September existing-home sales jump to highest annual pace

Sales rise as rates drop
Brena Swanson
Despite last month’s slight retreat, existing-home sales jumped back up to their highest annual pace of the year. And on top of that, all major regions except for the Midwest experienced gains in September.
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Exclusive: Move CEO Steve Berkowitz opens up about News Corp deal

Plus his thoughts on Zillow/Trulia and the future of real estate
Ben Lane
In an exclusive interview with HousingWire, Move CEO Steve Berkowitz shares the details of how the News Corp deal came together, what it will mean for Move and his thoughts on the future of real estate. Berkowitz also said he anticipates the Zillow/Trulia deal to have its issues, which will present another opportunity for Move to grow.
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NAR fights in support of mini-correspondent lenders

Urges CFPB not to restrict access to credit
Brena Swanson
The National Association of Realtors is urging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau not to disrupt the imperative role mini correspondent lenders play in the home-buying process for Realtors. Too many rules can impede the process as much as too little, NAR warns.
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NAR ups its online game by securing .realestate domain

Latest push in digital marketing offensive
Trey Garrison
The National Association of Realtors appears to be on the move to regain lost digital ground, and its latest move is snapping up as many alternative domain names as possible.
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Shareholders rights law firms launch investigations into News Corp/Move deal

Four firms immediately question stock purchase price
Ben Lane
Within hours of the deal's announcement, the law firms of Johnson & Weaver, Rigrodsky & Long, Powers Taylor, and Levi & Korsinsky all announced investigations into whether Move breached its fiduciary responsibility to its shareholders by accepting $21 per share in the sale to News Corp instead of a higher valuation.
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Realtor confidence on home price growth slips, but solid

Members less confident than trade economists on coming year
Trey Garrison
Members of the National Association of Realtors expect home prices to increase modestly in the next 12 months, with the median expected price increase at 3.5%, according to data gathered from the August 2014 Realtor Confidence Index Survey.
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News Corp will buy Move for $950 million

Realtor.com may soon belong to Rupert Murdoch
Ben Lane
Under the terms of the acquisition agreement, which was announced on Tuesday, News Corp will acquire all of Move’s outstanding shares for $21 per share. According to a release from News Corp, that price represents a premium of 37% over Move’s closing stock price on September 29.
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Capital Economics: Home price growth will slow to 4% annualized

Loosening credit, stronger wage growth could trigger homebuilding boom
Trey Garrison

Loosening mortgage credit conditions, decent job gains and an eventual acceleration in wage growth will help home sales to rise over the next 12 months, according to Paul Diggle, property economist at Capital Economics.


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