In its “The Economy Next Week” report published Friday, Nomura’s analysts predict that the U.S. gross domestic product will grow 1.5% year-over-year in 2014 and will more than double that growth (3.1%) in 2015.
Economists with the California Association of Realtors were thrown a challenging question: what would happen if the government shutdown continues for longer than anticipated? C.A.R.'s answer put simply: the housing recovery would take a critical hit.
The U.S. government left its estimate for economic growth in the second quarter unchanged this week. Meanwhile, prices for goods and services purchased by U.S. households fell for the first time in four years.
The U.S. economy is moving along at a faster pace, with gross domestic product growing at a 2.5% annual rate for the second quarter. While this makes a stronger case for winding down QE, unemployment remains stubbornly high.
The darlings of 2014, the single-family housing investment and rental businesses, didn’t dominate like last year, but they still had a strong showing. After snagging four of the top five spots on the 2014 HW Fast50, two SFRs placed in the top five in 2015 and three made the top 50..
Bank loyalty is not a factor for borrowers in shopping for a mortgage loan. Borrowers tend to select a mortgage originator based on product, price and their expectation for a convenient transaction process. Read More