Current Market Data

Multifamily Construction Rolls Along in March ABI

Multifamily developments were, once again, the most in-demand for architectural services, as more and more builders capitalize on rental demand. Multifamily developments once again prevailed in the latest Architecture Billings Index (ABI) from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), as

Mortgage Delinquencies at Lowest Level Since 2008

A new Lender Processing Services study indicates that mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures are moving in the right direction The amount of mortgage delinquencies that were behind in their payments or in foreclosure is at its lowest level since 2008,

What Cities Do Foreign Homebuyers Want to Live in Most?

With the Internet, foreign homebuyers have never had it easier buying property in the U.S. But what cities do they favor the most? It was Thomas Friedman who famously stated that “the world was flat,” and his statement applies

Is Homeownership Still Integral to the American Dream?

Homeownership is often pegged as the ultimately realization of the “American Dream,” but a new study from the MacArthur Foundation finds consumers may not agree with that sentiment. The housing crisis changed many things in the housing market –

New Home Sales Jump 18.5 Percent in March

March was another solid month for newly built residential home sales, as the new construction market bounced back from a disappointing February. After a disappointing February, the sales of new single-family homes returned to form in March, with sales

Limited Inventory Causes March Existing-Home Sales to Decrease

NAR’s latest survey found that existing-home sales decreased in March due to limited inventory, which continued to pressure home prices. Existing home sales decreased 0.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.92 million in March from 4.95

Smoking Damages a Property’s Value by 29 Percent

A new study by Pfizer Canada has uncovered the true cost of smoking – its monetary damages to your real estate listings! Anti-smoking campaigns typically focus on the negative health effects of tobacco, but a new study by Pfizer

Economic Growth Stronger Than Expected for First-Quarter

The Economic Growth  Pace is Above-Trend and Expected to Set a Moderate Pace for the Year Economic growth has accelerated to a pace of 3.2 percent, according to Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group. This pace is above-trend, but

Economic Growth Stronger Than Expected for First-Quarter

The economic growth pace is above-trend and expected to set a moderate pace for the year Economic growth has accelerated to a pace of 3.2 percent, according to Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group. This pace is above-trend,

April Mortgage Activity At Highest Level Since 2010

The mortgage markets have been on a bumpy ride the last five years; are the latest numbers from the Mortgage Bankers Association, though, a positive sign? Mortgage applications rose 4.8 percent last week to their highest level since May

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