Real estate housing and economic news round up for October 28 2016…
Been a few days but my laptop died without warning and I have struggled to recover and transfer files.
Lesson for everyone is to back everything up.
Lots of good and positive news to share so on with the show:
National But Still Great News: Sales of New Single Family Houses in September 2016 Were 29.8% Above September 2015
Forewarned is Forearmed: Climate Change is Going to Move a Huge Amount of Money and Not Enough People Are Paying Attention
First 1 in Over 200 Years: Elk Sighted in Pickens County, SC
More Good News: Freddie Says Housing Market Continues Steady Improvement
In Case You Didn’t Know: Can Science Help Bananas Survive?
National But Very Good: September 2016 Pending Home Sales 2.4% Higher Than September 2015
ANY Location Can Be Good OR Bad: 18 Best Single Family Rental Markets for High Rental Yields and Strong Rental Demand
Untapped Opportunity: New Data Reveals Vast National Inventory of Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing
Says So Much: 31% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction
Pessimistic But Could It Be True: Higher-End Housing Collapse; The Party is Over; Assume the Position
It Is Where the Most Pent Up Demand Lies: Home Builders May Shift Emphasis to Entry-Level Market
Opportunity Is Knocking: Low Rates and Increased Wages Increase Affordability
Is This the New Normal: Census Bureau Says Home Ownership Rate in Q3 2016 Was 63.5%
Fallout From the Election? UofM Consumer Sentiment Slipped to Lowest Level Since October 2014