The numbers are in. That is, the 2011 Year End Foreclosure Report put out by RealtyTrac, and online resource solely dedicated to foreclosure statistics and sales across the United States. So, what do these numbers mean for… read more →
The number of foreclosure filings rose 3 percent in September, according to foreclosure-tracking firm RealtyTrac.
You have probably heard the news about all the lenders out there stopping foreclosures to see if they have been following proper procedures. I understand why GMAC would do it our dealing with them for the… read more →
The number of single-family Housing Starts rebounded in August, climbing 4 percent from July’s 14-month low.
Today, in its 7th meeting of the year, the Federal Open Market Committee voted 9-to-1 to leave the Fed Funds Rate unchanged.
On the first Friday of each month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases Non-Farm Payrolls data for the month prior. 54,000 jobs were lost in August.
As 2009 was ending, the “experts” were busy making forecasts about the U.S. economy and what to expect in 2010. Were they right?
Relocate America recently released its 2010 list of Top 100 Places To Live In America. The rankings are topped by some cities you may expect, and some you may not.
Existing Home Sales rose in March, as expected. U.S. homebuyers closed on 7 percent more homes as compared to February.
As expected, the Pending Home Sales shot higher in February, boosted by the federal home buyer tax credit’s April 30 deadline.