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Capital Economics: 4 predictions impact renting and homebuying

Rent to rise faster than home price inflation
Brena Swanson
The housing market is predicted to break a three year trend as the end of rapid home price increases opens the door to an increase in rent prices. Here’s why.
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Capital Economics: Any home-price rebound will be temporary

Look for modest 4% price gains through 2015
Trey Garrison
While the tight inventory of homes suggests to some that home-price appreciation may be picking up again, it won’t be long lived. Here's why.
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3 things to know about interest rates in 2015

Here’s the skinny on what it means for mortgages
Trey Garrison
Sure, everyone says they know what will happen with interest rates, but whether they go up or down or stay flat, it's critical to know what it will mean for mortgage financing.
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Will rising interest rates choke off housing recovery?

Capital Economics: Investors need to pick opportunities carefully
Trey Garrison
Interest rates will be rising and prices will rise right alongside them. What does this mean for the housing recovery, and are there any investment opportunities left?
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Home price gains strongest in months

Capital Economics: House price growth ahead
Trey Garrison
Despite the September slowdown in home price growth, Capital Economics says the future for housing looks better than you think.
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Prediction: Limited prospect of strong, sustainable home price gains

Capital Economics: Housing drivers changing
Trey Garrison
With inventories shrinking, home sales picking up, and mortgage rates likely to start rising, a lot of the drivers of housing prices are up-ending.
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Refinancing boosted by declining mortgage interest rates

Capital Economics: Sustained surge not in the cards
Trey Garrison
The decline in mortgage interest rates to a 17-month low in October provided a temporary boost to refinancing activity, says Capital Economics in a client note.
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Capital Economics: Housing weakness really in the rearview?

Home price growth is slowing, but signs point to coming pick up
Trey Garrison
The month-on-month increase in house prices in September suggests that the housing market is putting the very weak mid-year period behind it, according to a client note from Capital Economics.
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CoreLogic: Home price growth "clearly slowing"

Housing markets put weak mid-year behind them
Brena Swanson
“Home prices continue to rise compared with this time last year but the rate of growth is clearly slowing as we exit 2014,” said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “With more positive macro-economic trends emerging in the U.S., we are forecasting moderate price growth for 2015.”
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Fannie, Freddie to take on more credit risk

Capital Economics: Weighing up the FHFA’s mortgage proposals
Trey Garrison
Proposals to lower the minimum down-payment on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac-backed mortgages at the same time as reducing banks’ exposure to put-back risk may help accelerate the planned modest loosening in mortgage credit conditions.
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