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Commercial, Multifamily Mortgage Delinquencies Continue to Vary by Property Types

As the COVID-19 impact on commercial and multifamily mortgage performance continues to vary by the different types of commercial real estate.

Single Women Outpace Single Men 2 to 1 in U.S. Home Purchases

National property broker Redfin is reporting this week that despite the fact that the coronavirus-driven recession disproportionately impacted women in 2020, single women purchased 8.7% more homes in the U.S. in the fourth quarter than a year earlier.

COVID Drove New Home Construction to U.S. Suburbia in 2020

According to the National Association of Home Builders, the suburban shift in U.S. home building stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic fears - as first reported in last year's Q2 NAHB Home Building Geography Index -- continued throughout the rest of 2020.

Costa Rica, Portugal, Malaysia Named Best Places to Retire for U.S. Expats in 2021

According to the editors at International Living -- Latin America, Europe, and Southeast Asia -- were favored in 2021 by U.S. retirees and expats looking for high-quality, good-value living.

Every $1,000 Median Home Price Increase in U.S. Pushes 154,000 Buyers Out of the Market

A new study just released this week by the National Association of Home Builders is putting a spotlight on the nation's housing affordability crisis and illustrates how even a relatively small increase in the price of a home can prevent hundreds of thousands of households from achieving the goal of homeownership.

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