The New York Times rambles, and mangles mortgages along the way

The New York Times rambles, and mangles mortgages along the way

Mortgage finance and mortgage regulation aren’t the paper’s strong suits

WATCH: Trulia stages haunted house for unsuspecting homebuyers

'Tis the season. For screaming.

10 reasons why people don’t get a mortgage

It’s not just because of finances
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Here's what investor trends mean for the housing market

Is the party over?
Rick Sharga
The slowdown is partly due to the fact that there are fewer distressed assets available for purchase as foreclosure rates slow down. But it’s also partly due to the fact that there’s just not much inventory of any kind on the market.
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Hidden single-family rental markets remain profitable for investors

Counties in Texas and Oklahoma top the list
Megan Hopkins
A recent report from RentRange and RealtyTrac reveals all of the single-family rental markets that remain profitable for small investors.
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Investors focus on ramping up occupancy rates

Analysts note slower pace of purchases on new properties
Megan Hopkins
Institutional investors notably slowed their pace of purchases in an attempt to focus on ramping up occupancy rates on rental units. Because of this, many are left wondering about the potential impact of a rise in rates and a moderation in investor demand.
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Investors and inventory slow price appreciation

Auction.com's Rick Sharga negates housing bubble talk
Megan Hopkins
Higher prices are deterring investors, which is actually slowing price appreciation.
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