Sat.Jun 08, 2024

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How much longer will we have to deal with higher mortgage rates?

Housing Wire

Given last week’s surprising jobs report, how much longer will we have to deal with higher mortgage rates ? The labor data will be the key to answering that question. It’s essential to track the labor data along with inflation because the key to getting lower mortgage rates for longer lies with the labor data more than inflation. That makes this week another one to watch since we will have CPI inflation and the Federal Reserve meeting results on Wednesday.

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Brokerage Beat: News from Onward, United, Side, Corcoran, more

Real Estate News

Parks leaders form new firm; TX indie merges with United; NYC brokerages join Side; Corcoran gains music legend; C21 grows in AL; Chicago duo joins E&V; more.

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Nine out of 10 Americans agree: May was a bad time to buy a home

Inman

Elevated mortgage rates and home prices are creating challenges for many homebuyers, and 86% said May was a bad time to buy — a new high in Fannie Mae surveys dating to 2010.

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3 top takeaways from NAR’s updates on steering

Real Estate News

New additions to the National Association of Realtors’ settlement FAQ page reinforce the idea that the client comes first, not the commission.

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Elevate your Inman Connect networking experience this July

Inman

Inman Connect is all about connecting. In fact, we’re famous for it. On this side of event planning, we have one goal in mind: to help the real estate industry connect with each other. Elevate your NOI (network of influence) at Inman Connect Las Vegas. Here's how.

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Is it time to debut your dual agency juggling act? The Download

Inman

How will agents master the delicate art of dual agency (and unlock double the opportunities), while balancing the fine line of fair representation?

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