Monthly Archives: August 2014

High Rents Prevent Potential Buyers From Owning Homes

The latest conundrum in the U.S. housing market is that while a large majority of the country’s top metro areas are more affordable than they’ve ever been, rental property prices are so high that renters in a large percent of those markets can’t afford to save up enough for a down payment to buy a […]

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Overall Economic Outlook Positive, But Housing Loses Momentum

A second quarter housing rebound combined with an upward movement in economic activity in the first quarter has seemingly given a boost to 2014 full-year economic expectations, according to the August 2014 Economic Outlook put together by Fannie Mae’s Economic and Strategic Research Group. The housing market lost momentum in this same time period, however, […]

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Economy Moving Closer to Norma

After half a year of failed predictions and slow starts, the U.S. economy actually appears to be closing in on normal, at least according to Freddie Mac. Freddie Mac’s latest Economic and Housing Market Outlook shows that the agency expects to see the U.S. housing market driven once again by fundamentals—jobs, household formations, and affordability—rather than economic upheaval. Freddie Mac […]

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In Union there is Strength – Dominic and Co Int’l Real Estate

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