Housing is About 75% Back To Normal

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new entrants and expanding credit fuel this recovery-stefan Housing is about 75% back to normal: Report Diana Olick | @diana_olick 10 Hours AgoCNBC.com The U.S. housing market continues to improve, but it’s not quite there yet. In fact, it’s about three-quarters of the way back to, “normal.” That is the conclusion of a new report from Trulia, a real estate Read More

Construction Spending Rises More Than Expected in Oct

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  Money is being spent on housing-Stefan Construction Spending Rises More Than Expected in Oct Tuesday, 2 Dec 2014 | 10:01 AM ETReuters U.S. construction spending rose more than expected in October as both private and public outlays increased, which could ease concerns of a sharp slowdown in fourth-quarter economic growth. Construction spending rose 1.1 percent, the largest gain since Read More

Sales Off Recent Peaks Yet Still Strong

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Things are still on the move in Jupiter area real estate-Stefan   US new home sales fall modestly from 5-year peak    Text Size   Published: Tuesday, 24 Dec 2013 | 10:00 AM ET Matthew Staver | Bloomberg | Getty Images Prospective buyers tour a new home for sale in Denver, Colorado. Sales of new U.S. single-family homes fell modestly in November Read More

Real Impact Of Interest Rates on Property Investors

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Interesting thoughts on how interest rates will impact investment in real estate-Stefan   Are We Seeing a Perfect Storm Building for Small Real Estate Investors? Posted: 12/02/2013 3:21 pm In moving around the Web and reading my news feeds, there is mounting evidence that a perfect storm may be building for individuals and small partnership firms investing in rental property. Read More