According to the National Association of Realtors, pending U.S. home sales fell again in August 2018, and have now decreased on an annual basis for eight consecutive months.
According to a new report from global hotel consultancy HVS, tourism numbers to the Hungarian capital of Budapest have risen by 12% over the past three years prompting a recovery in the city's hotel sector and stimulating further demand for vacation property assets.
The price growth rate has been dropping for six consecutive months and has not been this low since August 2014. Homes sales fell 2.4 percent in August compared to a year prior.
According to the recently released CBRE U.S. Seniors Housing & Care Investor Survey, the appetite for senior housing acquisitions in the U.S. remains strong, with nearly two-thirds of investors planning to increase the size of their portfolios over the next 12 months.
More than 1.5 million (1,527,433) loans secured by residential property were originated in Q2 2018, down 16 percent from the previous quarter.
According to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, after climbing steadily since 2012, local Las Vegas home prices have been hovering this summer through August 2018, are maintaining the same home prices as they were back in May 2018.
Hotels in the two Russian cities of Moscow and Saint Petersburg recently enjoy the benefits of massive tourism inflows with the recent World Cup Soccer event.
According to Freddie Mac's latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey for late August 2018, U.S. mortgage rates were marginally higher over the past week. Mortgage rates are showing a steadiness last seen in the fall of 2016.
According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Commerce Department, total housing starts inched up 0.9 percent in July 2018 to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.17 million units.
According to the National Association of Realtors, existing-home sales subsided for the fourth straight month in July 2018 to their slowest pace in over two years. The West was the only major region with an increase in sales last month.
According to Transwestern's newly released national industrial report for the second quarter of 2018, 37 of 47 U.S. markets posted positive absorption for the quarter, and 43 of 47 posted positive absorption for the previous 12-month period.
According to Zillow, one of the defining characteristics of the U.S. housing market in 2018 is the lack of available inventory, and much of this scarcity can be traced back to the lack of building following the bubble's burst.
According to the National Association of Home Builders / Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index, rising U.S. home prices and interest rates pushed housing affordability to a 10-year low in the second quarter of 2018.
According to the National Association of Realtors, amidst staggeringly low inventory levels in much of the country during the second quarter of 2018, existing-homes sales cooled and home prices maintained their robust level of appreciation.
According to Freddie Mac's latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey, U.S. mortgage rates in early August 2018 jumped to their fourth highest level of the year. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage drifted up for the second consecutive week to 4.60 percent.
U.S. homebuilder confidence in the single-family 55+ housing market continued to be in positive territory in the second quarter of 2018.The HMI index increased one point to 67.
According to Irish property portal Daft.ie, home buyers in Ireland are paying up to 32% more for a property with a sea-view. The research, conducted by economist Ronan Lyons, analyzed over half a million property listings.
According to the June 2018 Zillow Real Estate Market Report, a decade after the U.S. housing market crashed, half of the country's homes have regained the value they lost during the recession.
According to a new report from the American Institute of Architects, U.S. Architecture firm billings slowed in June 2018, but remained positive for the ninth consecutive month. AIA's Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score for June was 51.3 compared to 52.8 in May.
According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Commerce Department, total U.S. housing starts fell 12.3 percent in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.17 million units.