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Recent Real Estate News
Low down payment mortgages can compete in today's market
Despite the growing prominence of low down payment mortgages, first-time homebuyers believe they need to put 20% down to compete in today’s market. The market is changing though, and a new survey of real estate agents shows that low down payment mortgages can and do compete. Sellers are even recognizing this.Real estate agents: Here's how to use Snapchat to get higher engagement
For real estate agents who want to drive sales through higher social media engagement, Jason Frazier, chief information officer for Mason-McDuffie Mortgage, gave these simple tips on how to use Snapchat to grow a following. Need more info? Would examples help? We got you.Pending home sales sink to lowest level since January
Pending home sales decreased in August following the previous month’s record high. It now seems July’s high could be an outcast as this marks the third month of declines in the past four. NAR’s chief economist warns of the consequences if the market doesn’t start to see more inventory soon.Housing affordability at the worst level in seven years
Home affordability is at the worst level in seven years, with one in four housing markets not affordable by historic standards. Despite the negative news, Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM Data Solutions, did point out one positive area, which involves California's typically hot market.California home sales flat in August
California home sales wrapped up the summer on a low note, but the news doesn’t come as much of a surprise, Madeline Schnapp, director of Economic Research for PropertyRadar, said in the latest report. Schnapp explained this report similarly to how she unraveled the July report. They key to understanding is in the details.New York announces new requirements for maintenance of zombie homes
The state of New York is taking its fight against zombies homes to the next level, as the state announced a series of new regulations for mortgage lenders and servicers that aim to hold the companies “accountable” for the maintenance of abandoned foreclosures.CoreLogic: Cash sales hit record low in June
Cash sales hit a new mark-they decreased to below 30% of total market sales for the first time since 2007. They still have some work to get to the pre-crisis average, which it will reach by mid-2018 if the decrease continues at its current rate.Here's how the new overtime labor law will change the housing industry
Starting Dec. 1, 2016, overtime will have a whole new meaning since the White Collar Exemption salary threshold is about to jump by more than 100%. There’s just over two months until this law goes into effect, and with the housing industry projected to boom up to $2 trillion this year, the need for overtime isn’t going away anytime soon. Something will have to give.Consumer confidence hits highest level since recession
Compared to the past nine years, consumers are more confident than ever. Most of this confidence, according to one expert, stems from the recent increase in labor market conditions.Affordability crisis almost over? Household incomes increase faster than home prices
The Case-Shiller results came out today showing home prices increased to just below the July 2006 all-time high. While that may seem like bad news for affordability, the industry’s reaction was positive as they talked about the household income increase.