Items Tagged with 'Forecast'

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  • Trulia: Here’s what will happen in housing in 2019

    Mortgage rates will hit 10-year high
    It’s the trillion-dollar question that everyone’s looking for an answer for. What’s housing going to do next year? A new survey and forecast from Trulia shows that people want to buy a house, but they may not be able to afford it right now thanks to a combination of rising rates and rising home prices. The bad news is that it’s likely only going to get worse in 2019.
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  • Fannie Mae forecasts 2.7% real GDP growth in 2018

    Hikes mortgage interest rate prediction
    Fannie Mae announced it is forecasting strong economic growth with 2.7% real gross domestic product growth in 2018. "While our 2018 growth forecast remains unchanged, upside and downside risks are emerging that are contingent on policy influences."
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  • Veros predicts housing boom for Washington state

    Dominates the Top 5 market spots
    The latest VeroFORECAST from valuations provider Veros shows market appreciation values will continue to increase, especially in the Northwestern region of the U.S. Additionally, expect a boom in Washington state as its major markets dominate the Top 5 markets.
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  • Freddie Mac: New home sales set to take over in 2018

    Will help reduce home-price growth
    Going into 2018, Freddie Mac predicted new home sales will continue to grow, even becoming the primary driver of home sales. This gradual increase in new homes, combined with gradual increases in mortgage rates, will help reduce rapidly-rising home prices next year. While Freddie Mac forecasts home prices will continue to increase, it will be at a slower pace.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Consumer groups look to expand CFPB authority

    And Steven Mnuchin marries Scottish actress
    This weekend was full of economic news as Freddie Mac released its latest report forecasting a second wave of demand in the housing market and Fannie Mae’s lender survey showed credit standards are about to ease. But it wasn’t all work and no play. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin celebrated his wedding amid Wall Street elite and Washington insiders.
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  • NAR: Existing home sales will see best year since 2006

    Sales to increase 3.5% this year
    As prices go up, existing home sales are on track to hit the highest sales pace since 2006, a new forecast from the National Association of Realtors shows. However, the housing market will still face various headwinds, including lack of economic growth, which could hold back the sales pace.
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  • Veros: America’s strongest growing markets

    Infographic shows more markets projected to increase in value over next year
    The residential real estate market is moving at a strong pace, with a greater percentage of markets expected to increase in value over the next year. This infograhic shows just how well the strongest markets are performing.
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