Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Yes, but only if you follow this Reddiquette

CoreLogic: Home prices rose 6.9% annually in August

Forecasts calls for 4.3% growth by August 2016

TRID pushes industry into digital mortgages

eMortgages are the obvious choice

Items Tagged with 'housing forecast'


San Francisco exhibiting potential signs of a housing bubble

But not the entire nation
The San Francisco Bay Area is showing some warning signs of a possible bubble. However, this isn't to say the entire nation is on the verge of a bubble. Collateral Analytics noted that some economists and real estate observers are trying to sensationalize an issue that doesn't exist.
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Clear Capital: Housing the second half of 2015 not so hot

Reaffirms this is a "non-growth year"
This year is already halfway over, and according to a new market report from Clear Capital, the rest of the year doesn't not look too bright. "With a first full look of the spring buying season and six-month update to the forecast, our data through June confirms our initial projection that 2015 would be a non-growth year," said Alex Villacorta, vice president of research and analytics at Clear Capital.
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Zillow: Housing won’t normalize for at least 3 years

“The only real cure-all is time”
“We’ve reached a point in the recovery where the only real cure-all is time,” said Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries. “The market remains very challenging for younger, first-time homebuyers who face an uphill battle saving for a down payment, qualifying for a mortgage and finding an affordable home to buy.”
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5 awesome facts impacting California's housing future

It's not all good news
California and the nation's future are looking bright, according to a new report, with next year projected to be the best year yet for the economy since the start of the recovery. However, there are some key factors playing into California's future that could alter its course.
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Fannie Mae: “Housing remains worrisome”

Second quarter looking up despite rough start to year
“We believe this year will likely be a bump in the long-term road back toward normal levels, which we continue to expect sometime in late 2016,” said Fannie Mae chief economist Doug Duncan.
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