Current Market Data

Optimism down after a hitting historic highs

Optimism down after a hitting historic highs


While Fannie Mae’s index measuring consumer sentiment is lower than last month, the survey still clocked year-over-year gains.

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What are the joys — and potential payback — of remodeling?

What are the joys — and potential payback — of remodeling?


A new report shows that home improvement jobs pay off in the end. Learn which ones are most likely to be helpful at resale.

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Home sales poised for a rebound

Home sales poised for a rebound


Although all regions saw a boost, the biggest increases were in the West, according to NAR’s index

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Miami ranked 12th fastest-growing housing markets

Miami ranked 12th fastest-growing housing markets


U.S. home prices grow for first time in 15 months

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Ending a hot decade, apartment construction dips in 2019

Ending a hot decade, apartment construction dips in 2019


New national data on apartment construction shows activity slowing down in general, but features several cities with exceptional building activity.

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Miami home price growth showed no signs of slowing this summer

Miami home price growth showed no signs of slowing this summer


Growth in home prices this summer maintained a robust pace, thanks to persistently low inventory and a new interest in buying homes among older millennials.

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After two strong months, pending home sales slow

After two strong months, pending home sales slow


After two straight months of nationwide increases, the number of listings under contract by the end of July fell on a monthly basis.

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Why new construction isn’t easing Miami’s inventory problem

Why new construction isn’t easing Miami’s inventory problem


The homebuilder community has regularly offered a succinct answer to the reason for its industry’s sluggishness, generally calling out labor, lumber, laws and land as pain points. But some researchers are poking holes in their assertions of late.

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Consumer confidence remains strong amid economic unease

Consumer confidence remains strong amid economic unease


The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index for August showed Americans shared broadly strong views of the overall economy and their own financial health near the end of the summer.

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Builders finish summer strong but face uncertainty ahead

Builders finish summer strong but face uncertainty ahead


Economists were expecting new-home sales to finish stronger in July, aided by low mortgage rates that act as an incentive for buyers.

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