The number of new homes built in November was stronger than the previous month and even stronger than last year. What's fueling the strong demand for new housing and what does the future look like?
Single-family home sales jumped significantly in October. The housing market is continually being driven by a favorable rate environment and strong consumer confidence. What does this mean for the coming year?
Though total existing home sales dip, that's no sign of the housing market weakening. Consumer confidence and strong employment keep driving housing performance.
Even though mortgage rates are still historically low and the economy is still strong, the number of housing starts for October 2005 dropped by more than 5% from the previous month. But does this mean the housing bubble will burst?
The economy continues to grow with the number of jobs being created. This is good news for the housing market. But what are people with adjustable rate mortgages doing and why?
Energy prices have dropped and the employment outlook is good. Both are fueling strong home sales. But the Fed has raised interest rates again, leading more people to refinance from an adjustable rate to a fixed rate.
At a time when short-term rates are rising as a consequence of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, how is the demand for housing staying strong?
The number of home sales remained the same from September. What's driving the market to stay strong?
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