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Home Cost Hikes Fueled by Supply, Competition

According to the latest quarterly report from the National Association of Realtors, consumers saw home prices continue to increase in Q4 of 2021, though at

February 29, 2022 Real Estate News

First-Timers Zero in on Markets Rich in Supply

First-time home buyers with remote work flexibility are focusing on markets where the inventory of homes for sale is nearly two times more than the

January 30, 2022 Real Estate News

Short Supply and Affordability to Constrict Housing Market in 2022

Fannie Mae’s ESR Group found that, despite the nation’s solid economic finish to 2021, inventory and inflation will dampen the housing forecast in 2022. The

December 30, 2021 Real Estate News

Home Construction Stunted by Supply Chain Issues

Housing starts may be on the rise, but supply bottlenecks and labor scarcity are impacting the pace of home builders. The post Home Construction Stunted

December 55, 2021 Real Estate News

Competition for Short Supply of Homes Eases Up

A new analysis from Redfin found that, for the fifth consecutive month, bidding wars declined, despite continued demand fueled by an ongoing shortage of homes

October 31, 2021 Real Estate News

Home Supply to Demand Imbalance Continues

The pace of the housing market has accelerated at a time when it typically slows, as 44% more homes are pending sales than at this

October 36, 2021 Real Estate News

The Importance of Supply Chain Diversity in Mortgage

In this edition of DS5: Inside the Industry, Michael Ruiz, Director, Supplier Diversity for Fannie Mae discusses “the peculiar world of supply chain diversity,” as

June 24, 2021 Real Estate News

Pending Sales Offset by Tight Home Supply

Low housing inventory in Q1 is keeping more homebuyers on the sidelines, with would-be buyers shunned by a lack of affordable options. The post Pending

May 51, 2021 Real Estate News
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