The housing market continues to show signs of improvement, propelled by low home prices and the cheapest mortgage rates of all-time.
Pending Home Sales Index Rises Back Above 100
Low home prices and mortgage rates have combined to push home affordability to record levels nationwide. Home buyers are taking advantage.
Home Supplies Fall To 7.0 Months Nationwide; Buyer Demand Strong
Home resales moved to a 10-month high in November, the latest in a series of strong showings from the housing sector.
Case-Shiller Index: 17 Of 20 U.S. Housing Markets Slipped In September
Standard & Poor’s released its September 2011 Case-Shiller Index this week. The index tracks home price changes in select cities between months, quarters, and years. The Case-Shiller Index for September showed drastic devaluations nationwide.
More Sales, Less Inventory : Home Prices Headed Higher?
The housing market continues to signal that a broad rebound is underway. In October, despite sparse home inventory, the number of properties sold increased 1.4% nationwide.
Pending Home Sales Drop For Second Straight Month
After a strong run to close out 2010, the market for home resales softened a bit in January.
Pending Home Sales At The Highest Levels Since April 2010
Another day, another strong report for housing. The Pending Home Sales Index climbed 2 percent in December, according to the National Association of REALTORSÂ®
Pending Home Sales Rises To 6-Month High
The housing market continues to expand, and surprise.
Pending Home Sales Index Points To A Budding Seller’s Market
The Pending Home Sales Index surged 10 percent in October as low mortgage rates and low home prices spurred buyers into action. The market looks different today, however.