Monthly Archives: July 2013

Middle-Class Housing Affected Due To Budget Cuts

The Federal sequestration cuts are taking a toll on the economy and the legislation being finalized by the policymakers is expected to hit some of the largest government agencies. The Department of Housing and Urban Development is being considered to … Continue reading

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Las Vegas On The Forefront In Home Price Gains

The spring-buying season has turned into a boon for the country with home prices benefiting immensely. If we look at the records from past months, the forecasts are turning true for most of the states. The forecasted growth percentage of … Continue reading

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Significant Rise In Fixed-Rates On Mortgages Since 1987

The long-term fixed rates on mortgages spiked in the last week of June along with bond yields. If we look at the facts, it’s been 30 years since the last largest weekly increase in the fixed-rate mortgage since 17th April … Continue reading

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Housing Industry On A High Rise In Texas

The housing market in the state of Texas is doing amazingly well at this point of the year with national builders re-entering the market to establish and build new homes. The Dallas Ft. Worth area is being considered as the … Continue reading

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Closing Process Improved With The New Disclosure Requirement

The revision and improvements in the disclosure form requirements has given the opportunity to moneylenders for improving mortgage-closing process. The proposal from Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in this regard also contains a provision wherein the delivery of this new Closing … Continue reading

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