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New-Home Sales

Prospective Buyers Say They’re Willing to Purchase Homes Even in a Recession—Here’s Why

Even in the throes of an economic recession, prospective buyers aren't willing to put off home purchases, especially as sellers drop their asking prices in overheated markets

Builders

Home Builder CFOs Report Strong Q2 Gains Despite Inflationary Pressures

Homebuilder CFOs are facing persistent headwinds from inflated material and labor costs, lingering supply chain challenges, and a more hesitant consumer base

Economics

What Distinguishes Today’s Housing Slump From the 2008 Collapse?

With much less financial risk-taking and an increase in equity wealth, today's buyers and homeowners are much more prepared to handle a housing downturn than they were in 2008

Market Data + Trends

Housing Analyst Ivy Zelman Predicts Falling Home Prices in 2023 and 2024

Ivy Zelman, founder of Zelman & Associates, is forecasting a full-blown housing correction in the months and years to come 

Market Data + Trends

A Housing Reset Is Hurting More Than Just Homebuyers

Priced out buyers aren't the only ones feeling the sting of a housing reset; according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting, its consequences are reaching every corner of the market

Market Data + Trends

Goldman Sachs Predicts Sharp Declines Ahead for a Cooling Housing Market

A housing cooldown is officially underway, and according to Goldman Sachs, market activity will end 2022 down across the board

Financing

Mortgage Rates Will Fall to 4.5% in 2023—Here’s What That Means for Homebuyers

Mortgage rates could fall to 4.5% in 2023, according to Fannie Mae's most recent housing forecast, but that doesn't mean buyers will benefit from holding off on home purchases

Financing

Adjustable-Rate Mortgages Are on the Rise Once Again—Here’s What That Means for Today’s Homebuyers

Adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) had a hand in the housing downturn that led to the Great Recession, but they won’t do as much damage this time around, experts say

New-Home Sales

U.S. Pending Home Sales Fell Further in July, but Mortgage Rates Show Signs of Stabilizing

Sales fell for the second month in a row in July, but experts say that home price appreciation could slow by the end of this year and into 2023

New-Home Sales

What a Housing Recession Means for Buyers and Sellers

The mid-pandemic seller's market is coming to an end, but homeowners still benefit from fast-rising home appreciation

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