The latest results for the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices, released by S&P Dow Jones Indices,…
WASHINGTON — June 4, 2013 — New-home production and remodeling contribute billions of dollars to…
Fannie Mae predicts sales of distressed homes will rebound in 2013 from its slowdown in 2012, and states housing market is performing “relatively well” despite slowing economic growth
Lenders’ reluctance to originate enough new mortgages to meet buyer demand is delaying the housing recovery
Commercial lending standards have tightened in the past year for small businesses and scuttled a major portion of contracted transactions for smaller properties
Survey results reveal stability and plenty of potential for modest growth
The nation’s housing market is expected to witness gradual improvements in 2011 as an economic recovery takes hold and consumer confidence continues to rise, most analysts are reporting.
The New Year is underway, amid growing evidence of a modest recovery in 2011 for both the housing and the kitchen/bath markets.