It may be that 2017 is best remembered as the year the real estate recovery finally got a foothold in Connecticut.
Mortgage applications decreased 6.6 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Feb. 16, 2018.
Joe Amoroso left the mortgage business after 28 years to co-found Indeed Abstract, a title insurance, settlement services and default management company.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday released its five-year strategic plan, marking a change in enforcement strategy and laying out its mission and strategic objectives under the new administration.
Mortgage delinquencies across the country and in Connecticut dropped again in November, to some of the lowest rates in a decade.
The second largest brokerage firm in the ERA network, HUNT Real Estate ERA, has merged with ERA Key Realty Services, which also ranks in the top 10, significantly expanding the reach of the combined companies.
Zillow Group Inc. posted record earnings of nearly $1.1 billion in 2017 and projects revenue in excess of $1.3 billion in 2018.
Keller Williams is No. 1 in units and sales volume in the U.S., the company announced yesterday.
The National Fair Housing Alliance and 19 fair housing organizations from across the country today filed a housing discrimination lawsuit in federal district court in Chicago against a number of organizations.
A federal appeals court yesterday ruled that the leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is constitutional, reversing a 2016 ruling that found the opposite.
President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address is scheduled for tomorrow, but realtor.com tried to steal a little of the President’s thunder by releasing its own ‘State of the Housing Union.’
Freddie Mac’s total mortgage portfolio increased at an annualized rate of 9.0 percent in December 2017. Freddie Mac mortgage-related securities and other mortgage-related guarantees increased at an annualized rate of 9.8 percent in December.
The U.S. housing market has gained back all $9 trillion in value it lost when the market collapsed, but the uneven nature of the crisis and subsequent recovery has left many housing markets trailing behind, while others surge further ahead, according to a new Zillow report.
While real estate sales can be an exciting, even glamorous job, it can also be dangerous.
Millennials named Dylan are buying far more homes than Gen-Xers named Kurt, according to an analysis of first names of homebuyers in 2017 from ATTOM Data Solutions’ 2018 housing report.
Mortgage applications increased 4.5 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Jan. 19. This week’s results included an adjustment for the MLK Day holiday.
Renters in Connecticut are not happy, giving the state an overall score of a D in a recent study.
The coming year is expected to be another robust one for residential renovations, according to Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies.
The federal government is running out of money and if Congress and President Donald Trump don’t iron out their differences by midnight on Saturday, it will shut down.
Redfin the tech-driven real estate brokerage, today announced the debut of its home-buying and selling services in Connecticut. Redfin, which also announced its launch in Asheville, N.C., today, has a mission to reinvent real estate in the consumer’s favor.