The Case-Shiller Index posted awful numbers in its most recent reading. Each of the index’s 20 tracked markets showed home price deterioration between September’s and October’s respective reports. Some markets fell as much as 2.9 percent.
With 2010 coming to a close, the “experts” are out in full force, making predictions for next year’s housing and mortgage markets on business television and in the papers.
Like most housing data from November, the most recent New Home Sales report showed sales volume increasing last month, and home supplies falling.
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Existing Home Sales jumped another 6 percent in November, the report’s third month of improvement since bottoming in July.
The number of single-family Housing Starts increased in November, adding 30,000 units as compared to October.
November marked the first time since February 2009 that the number of monthly foreclosures filings failed to surpass 300,000 units.
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Despite an unfavorable HMI reading, home builders might still be less willing to “make a deal”; holding out for a better 2011.
Loan-level pricing adjustments are mandatory loan fees based on a borrower’s specific default risk.