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Recent Real Estate News
Melia Homes hires EVP to oversee project management
This homebuilder in Southern California just hired Tim McSunas as its new executive vice president. Here’s more on how his previous positions prepared him for this role, and what he will now be responsible for.WCI Communities doesn't find better offer; $643M merger with Lennar to move forward
When WCI Communities, a “lifestyle community developer and luxury homebuilder” headquartered in Florida, announced last month that it agreed to a “definitive merger agreement” with fellow homebuilder Lennar for $643 million, the company said that its board was going to take a 35-day “go shop” period to seek a better deal. Now, the 35-day “go shop” period is over and the merger with Lennar is moving forward, but it’s not a done deal yet.Homeownership rate continues to hover near 50-year low
Homeownership rates increased slightly from last quarter, but still remain near lows not seen since 1965. The industry is looking to the next generation of homeowners, Millennials, to bring a surge to the homeownership rate.South and West drive increase in unsteady pending home sales
Overall, pending home sales increased across the U.S. home sales in the South and West, which outweighed losses in other parts of the country, drove this increase. Buyer demand continues to go up, despite the lack of inventory.Look out housing, Millennials are about to take over
Millennials are the largest living population on this planet, and they may be better positioned than any other generation for homeownership. Why? Actually, it could be the very thing holding them back right now that drives them forward later.Industry experts reveal details of HAMP replacement program
Experts at this week's MBA annual conference revealed more details about the program that will replace HAMP: One Mod. A panel from the conference in Boston talked about some of the changes.FHA lowers owner-occupancy requirements for condos
When President Obama signed the "Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act of 2016" into law a few months ago, many celebrated because it changed the Federal Housing Administration’s rules for condominium financing, among other changes. Wednesday, the FHA delivered, lowering its owner-occupancy requirements on certain condo developments.New home sales increase nearly 30% in September
Home sales increased in September after dropping the month before. However, although many economists expected this increase, noting that it showed strength in the economy, not everyone agreed. One thing they did all agree on: there is still room for more growth.Consumer confidence tumbles in October
After hitting post-recession highs in September, consumer confidence dropped in October. According to one economist, the upcoming elections could be putting many consumers slightly on edge. Here’s more about where Americans say the economy sits, and where it’s headed.RE/MAX getting into the mortgage business; launches Motto Mortgage
While most of the biggest names in mortgage lending are focused on the Mortgage Bankers Association’s annual conference, taking place right now in Boston, one of the biggest names in real estate revealed that it is getting into the mortgage business. On Tuesday, RE/MAX announced that it is launching Motto Mortgage, a mortgage brokerage franchise that the company plans to take nationwide.