Tag Archives: Housing Trends 2013

Foreclosure Checks Worth $2.6 Billion Cashed!

Independent Foreclosure Review Settlement has seen about 3 million people cashing or depositing $2.6 billion+ in checks. The regulators were eyeing on finalizing the settlement by the end of summer. It went on as a mass mailing that was under … Continue reading

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The Housing Recovery May Take A Dip In The Other Half

2013 has been a year of recovery for the housing industry and the nation is praising it for the same. The housing recovery has been quite a relief for everyone and homebuyers are seemingly becoming confident for buying homes. If … 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 Trends in the Bay Area

As mentioned in many of our earlier blogs, the San Francisco Bay Area has been one of the most badly hit housing markets in the nation. But over the past few years, home sales have been on the rise according … Continue reading

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Housing Trends – 2013

Trends are not only for the fashion world; they are common in the housing market too. And just like fashions keep changing with seasons, housing trends vary according to the economic environment. Let’s take a look at the top housing … Continue reading

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