A Fed rate hike pulled mortgage demand forward, and made for a steep drop-off in the past two weeks.
The average apartment price in Manhattan hit a record $1.95 million in 4Q, as high-end real estate defies volatile stock markets.
Closed sales dropped 1.7 percent in Tampa, Florida, in November compared to November 2014, as inventory fell over 7 percent.
Warmer-than-normal temperatures across much of the nation did nothing to heat up home sales in November.
Tight supply is pushing home prices ever higher again — with annual gains swelling in most major markets.
More home lenders are reporting easing credit standards, and expect standards to ease rather than tighten in the near future.
The Fed’s quarter-point hike doesn’t mean the average 30-year fixed mortgage will be a quarter point higher.
Mortgage rates didn’t move last week, but more borrowers made applications to refinance, possibly worried rates will move higher.
The Minneapolis housing market is seeing a new spate of buyers, largely because of unseasonably warm weather.
The San Francisco Federal Credit Union this week started offering a $2 million mortgage … with no down payment required.