According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending June 26, U.S. mortgage applications decreased 1.8 percent from one week earlier.
According to the National Association of Realtors, U.S. pending home sales mounted a record comeback in May 2020, seeing encouraging contract activity after two previous months of declines brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Redfin, the impact of coronavirus shutdowns on homebuyer demand has been short and muted.
The total number of U.S. mortgage loans now in forbearance decreased - for the first time since the survey's inception in March 2020.
According to the National Association of Realtors, existing-home in the U.S. sales fell in May 2020, marking a three-month decline in sales as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's latest Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending June 12, 2020, U.S. mortgage applications increased 8.0 percent from one week earlier.
In a sign that U.S. housing stands poised to lead a post-pandemic economic recovery, builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes jumped 21 points to 58 in June 2020. Any reading above 50 indicates a positive market.
U.S. homeowners with mortgages have seen their equity increase by 6.5% year over year, representing a gain of $590 billion since Q1 2019.
The sudden and unexpected shift to remote work for millions of Americans has put a new premium on a quiet and comfortable place to work from home.
Record-low mortgage rates have improved housing affordability, bringing more buyers into the market.
COVID-19 pandemic is likely to hasten a housing trend already taking place across the nation--residential construction activity that is expanding at a more rapid rate in lower density markets such as smaller cities and rural areas.
More than $1.8 trillion in combined reconstruction cost value are at risk of storm surge and possible mandatory evacuation.
Property broker Redfin is reporting this week that the number of newly built homes on the market fell just 10.5% year over year in April, the smallest decline in 2020 to date.
In a new COVID-19 world we now find ourselves all living in, this Memorial Day weekend has become the unofficial start of 2020's new "homecation" season.
After suffering the greatest performance declines in the history of the U.S. lodging industry during 2020, the nation's hotels will benefit from what is expected to be a relatively rapid economic turnaround in 2021 and 2022.
U.S. builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes increased seven points to 37 in May 2020. The rise follows the largest single monthly decline in the history of the index in April 2020.