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Recent Real Estate News
Here’s the real danger to the recovering housing market
As interest rates increase, experts look at what that will mean for the future of the housing market, and what changes are coming in 2017. First American’s senior vice president and chief economist talks about some of the dangers, especially for first-time buyers.First look: Caliber Home Loans new fully digital mortgage will close in 10 days or less
Caliber Home Loans just unveiled a fully digital mortgage — they claim they can shrink the loan process from 45 days down to 10 days or less. Here's how they succeed where others struggle.Heavy police presence becomes real estate selling point for Trump tower
Trump Tower is currently one of the most publicized buildings as President-elect Donald Trump conducts meetings and holds interviews there to prepare for his cabinet and transition team. Brokers from Douglas Elliman decided to take this change and put a positive spin on a condo for sale inside Trump Tower.Home flipping comes down off 6-year high
Home flipping came down off of last month’s high as inventory pushed home prices up and competition closer. A new report from ATTOM Data Solutions details the decrease, and the new low in investors using cash to buy the home.New York unveils bill of rights for borrowers facing foreclosure
The state of New York is taking the next step in its fight against abandoned foreclosures and neighborhood blight by unveiling a consumer bill of rights for borrowers facing foreclosure. The consumer bill of rights reminds consumers of the various rights they have before, during, and after the foreclosure process.A look into the past: Plane crashed into home at Pearl Harbor
The attack lasted one hour and 15 minutes, but changed many lives forever. Here is one of many stories that happened on that fateful day. To those who served or even gave their life on Pearl Harbor day 75 years ago – we have not forgotten.More trouble for Wells Fargo as bank reportedly fails fair lending requirement
The dark clouds surrounding Wells Fargo are about to get a lot darker, as the bank, which is already in hot water over its recent fake account scandal, is reportedly falling short in its fair lending requirements and faces additional sanctions. Click through for the full story.Fannie Mae: Americans again expect home prices to start rising
Consumer optimism fell in December, but was partially offset by the increased optimism after the presidential election. But how will this play out long term? Fannie Mae cautions readers against drawing conclusions about sustainable changes in consumer sentiment so soon after the election.Commissions, Inc. acquires TigerLead from Move
Earlier this year, Fidelity National Financial, the nation’s largest title insurance company, acquired Commissions, Inc., a provider of web-based real estate marketing and CRM software for residential real estate agents and agent teams, pledging to grow the company’s business. Now, CINC’s product suite is about to get a little larger, as the company plans to acquire TigerLead, a real estate agent lead generator, from Move, Inc.November housing supply in Northwest reaches all-time low
Housing supply in the Northwest just hit an all-time low as pending home sales far out-pace new listings. While this could be following the normal winter trend, there is also another factor at play this year.