Real estate housing and economic news round up for November 17 2016…
Yes But How Much Remains to Be Seen: Will Higher Mortgage Rates Impact The Housing Market?
Or Is It Stagnant Incomes? Or Combination of Both: Are Rising Rents to Blame for Economic Stagnation?
Maybe They Understand But Don’t Care: What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class
Could Be Both Good and Bad: Will Trump Repeal the Dodd-Frank Act?
Reflects the Decrease in Home Ownership? Mortgage Debt’s Share of Total Debt Keeps Declining
Ruh Roh: Credit Default Rates Increase
Santa is Coming: Retail Sales Increased 0.8% in October
Sigh of Relief: Gallup’s U.S. Economic Confidence Index Surges After Election
Good Info for Home Buyers: Common Problems in Older Homes by Decade
Interesting: 5 Reasons To Move To An “Agrihood”
Are Low Mortgage Rates Coming to an End: Spike in Mortgage Rates Throws a Wrench Into U.S. Housing Market
Not a Good Sign: Restaurant Chains Suffer From Declining Traffic
It Pays to Be Nice: The Truth About How Sellers Choose Their Buyers
Good But From Before the Election: Consumer Expectations Largely Stable in October
Another Must Read: How to Select the Right Lender When Buying a Home
From Before the Election: Home Builder Confidence Holds Firm in November
Pepper Your Angus: Fed Rate-Hike Odds Approach 100% in Anticipation of Trumponomics
Buckle Your Seat Belts: Housing Hurt
Weaker Than Water: Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization
Nice But We Want/Need More: Wages Climb Higher, Faster