Current Market Data

Lending Tree: American Dream of Homeownership Still Alive

A new survey from Lending Tree of more than 1,000 homeowners found consumer confidence on the housing market continues to improve, with sentiments towards buying, selling, financing and the overall concept of homeownership now at very encouraging levels. Doug

National Mortgage Delinquency Rate Down 14 Percent in 2012

The national mortgage delinquency rate, which tracks how many of the nation’s borrowers are seriously delinquent on their mortgages, fell in 2012’s fourth quarter, declining from 5.41 percent in the third quarter to 5.19 percent in the fourth, according

Real Estate Love – A Zippy Approach

She ruled in beauty o’er this heart of mine, A noble lady in a humble home, And now her time for heavenly bliss has come, ‘Tis I am mortal proved, and she divine. “Soleasi Nel Mio Cor” by Petrarch

The Secret to a Happy Relationship – Home Shopping Alone!

Doing things together is often seen as the sign of a healthy relationship, but as HomeFinder.com has uncovered, that standard does not seem to apply to home

Q4 Home Prices Post Strongest Increase Since 2005

Median existing single-family home price rose 10.0 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 year-over-year, the strongest yearly increase for home prices since the fourth quarter of 2005, according to the National Association of

NAR: Typical Realtor Less Experienced in 2012 Than in 2011

The typical Realtor was less experienced in 2012 than in 2011, according to the latest numbers from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), which found that Realtors last year had, on average, 11 years of experience, down from 12

List Your Property on a Friday, Or Suffer the Consequences

A wide number of factors contribute a listing selling for its ultimate price, but recent research suggests that the home’s timeliness could add thousands to the final sale

Average Days on Market for Houston Properties

Our charts show the average days on market (DOM) for resale and new construction properties in the cities and suburbs around Houston in the past three years. The longest days on market average for both regions was in 2010,

Which Houston Office Grew the Most Since 2009?

Want to know which Houston brokerages grew the most from 2009 up until this point now in 2012? LeapRE pulled data from the MLS to create this

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