By The Numbers

5 Reasons the Mortgage Crisis May Be Ready for Round 2

5 Reasons the Mortgage Crisis May Be Ready for Round 2


We’ve made considerable headway into repairing the damaged caused by the first mortgage crisis,…

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Housing Inventory Not in Favor of First-Time Homebuyers


Though overall housing inventory is showing signs of recovery, it’s not progressing in a…

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How Much is $1 Million, Really?


$1 million is a hefty chunk of change, but new data shows that it…

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CoreLogic Report Examines Growing Home Prices


Home prices continue rising, CoreLogic finds, but the geographic drivers of the increases may be…

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5 Reasons We Could See the Strongest Autumn Selling Season Since 2008


Autumn has traditionally been a slow selling season, but Redfin analysis suggests that may…

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Census Bureau: Residential Construction Flat in July


Residential construction was basically flat in July, though it remains ahead of 2013’s pace….

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Negative Equity Heavily Concentrated in Lower Price Points


Negative equity persists in today’s housing market, but its impacts are not equally felt…

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Residential Construction Recovers Strongly in Chicagoland in July


Construction spending has been up and down in Chicagoland in 2014, but it bounced…

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July Pending Home Sales Offer Pleasant Surprise


Pending home sales rose for the fourth time in five months, according to the…

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The Limitations of $1 Million in International Real Estate


$1 million sure goes much farther in our local housing market! #200433899-001 / gettyimages.com…

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