Real estate housing and economic news round up for March 3 2017…
I Hope He Is Correct: Two Trends Poised to Trigger Potential Surge in Homeownership Demand this Spring
The Numbers Are Encouraging: So, How’s Real Estate?
Sounds Great Until Repairs Are Needed: Using HUD Homeownership Vouchers to Fight Poverty Without Increasing Government Spending
Did Yun Use a Crystal Ball or Magic 8 Ball: Housing Demand Over the Next Decade
Remain Calm But Stay Informed About Your Local Market: Case Shiller House Prices Unpacked: “DECELERATION”
So Many Unknowns: Why You Should Care Ben Carson Is the New Head of HUD
Also See: Ben Carson Knows Nothing
Lots of Good News in This Article: 23% of Residential Sales in January 2017 Were All Cash Deals
Richmond Fed Carolinas Survey of Business Activity: Business Sentiment Improved in February; Respondents More Optimistic About the Outlook
Opportunity: America’s Affordable Housing Shortage
At Least It Didn’t Increase: Fannie Mae’s Mortgage Serious Delinquency Rate Unchanged at 1.2% in January
The Ugly But Honest Truth: Why Is the Cost of Living so Unaffordable?
Nice But It Doesn’t Feel Like It: South Carolina Has 6th LOWEST Real Estate Taxes in the US