We believe the best way to come to an informed opinion on any topic is to rely on multiple, reputable resources for the information upon which you ultimately will base your views. Below we’ve listed four interesting articles from the end of 2013, all from reputable resources, to help shed a little light on the Real Estate landscape of 2014. Whether you’ll be buying or selling a home in Crown Point, Hobart, or Cedar Creek, or not, we invite you to check out the links for the full articles.
INSIGHT: A NEW WAVE OF U.S. MORTGAGE TROUBLE THREATENS
U.S. borrowers are increasingly missing payments on home equity lines of credit they took out during the housing bubble, a trend that could deal another blow to the country’s biggest banks.
By: Peter Rudegeair, Reuters, November 26, 2013 | To read the article in full, please visit: insight article
REAL ESTATE CROWDFUNDING: WHY IT’S A BIG DEAL
Sometimes, when you cover your ears to escape all the chatter about real estate crowdfunding, you may ask yourself, “What is the big deal?”
By: Teke Wiggin, Inman News, November 25, 2013 | To read the article in full, please visit: crowdfunding article
BUILDING PERMITS IN U.S. JUMP TO FIVE-YEAR HIGH
More applications for home construction were issued in October than at any time in the past five years, a sign the U.S. residential real-estate market is gaining momentum heading into 2014.
By Victoria Stilwell, Bloomberg, November, 26, 2013 | To read the article in full, please visit: building permits article
RESIDENTIAL HOME SALES CONTINUE TO CLIMB: REALTYTRAC
Residential property sales, including single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes, continue to rise, increasing to an estimated annualized pace of 5.649 million in October, a 2% hike from a month ago and an increase of 13% from October 2012, the latest RealtyTrac Residential and Foreclosure Sales Report revealed.
By: Brena Swanson, HousingWire, November 26, 2013 | To read the article in full, please visit: residential home sales article
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