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The housing market has 80s vibes

Sacramento Appraisal Blog

The housing market has 80s vibes. The 90s are back for clothing, but it’s the early 1980s when it comes to housing narratives. UPCOMING (PUBLIC) SPEAKING GIGS: 01/31/24 Joel Wright & Mike Gobbi Event 9am (on […] The post The housing market has 80s vibes first appeared on Sacramento Appraisal Blog.

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Anywhere reports losses amid slow housing market

Housing Wire

“In a potentially improving housing market, we are excited to build on our competitive advantages, accelerate our strategic agenda, and deliver even greater value to Anywhere affiliated agents, franchisees, and shareholders in the year ahead.”

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Positive signs abound for 2024 housing market: ICE

Housing Wire

in November, which at first glance suggests an accelerating housing market. peak prior to the housing market downturn in 2006. “If On HousingWire’s Mortgage Rate Center , the 30-year conforming fixed mortgage rate was at 6.908% as of Feb. and slightly less than the 33.8%

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The housing market feels like leftovers

Sacramento Appraisal Blog

The housing market feels like leftovers right now. Wait, did I say that out […] The post The housing market feels like leftovers first appeared on Sacramento Appraisal Blog.

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Just how bad was 2023 for the housing market?

Housing Wire

RealTrends has been tracking housing market data since 1979, including households, home sales, average mortgage rates , etc. RIP 2023 — Whew, that was a year none of us would like to live through again. Chances are, we won’t have to anytime in the next few years. How bad was last year?

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Here’s what you can expect from the 2024 housing market

Housing Wire

Going more in-depth than a Fed meeting, our virtual Housing Market Update event provides you with the strategy-building insights needed to operate in 2024. It’s a savagely unhealthy housing market out there, and these economists unpack what that means for you. Register for the virtual event on Dec.

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The housing market sucks, but experts can thrive

Sacramento Appraisal Blog

The housing market pretty much sucked this year for so many real estate professionals. The truth is everyone feels like an expert when things are good, but […] The post The housing market sucks, but experts can thrive first appeared on Sacramento Appraisal Blog.