Fannie Mae’s HomePath program that provides quick financing for buyers of foreclosed homes has ended. This development signals a healthier housing market. Through the program, buyers who agreed to live in the homes were required to pay only 3 percent down. Those who intended to make a Fannie Mae-owned property their second home made 10 percent down payments, and investors had to put 15 percent down—all less than the standard down payments.
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COVID-19 may be easing its grip on the U.S. after a disastrous two years, but lingering supply chain disruptions have builders holding onto their pandemic business tactics
If you're running a home building company and believe numbers equal truth, think again. Numbers do, in fact, lie. But there are ways to achieve more reliable business metrics
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