Tag : Lawrence Yun

Pending Home Sales Backpedal in November

5 months ago

WASHINGTON— Pending home sales dipped in November to their lowest level in nearly a year as the brisk upswing in mortgage rates and not enough inventory dispirited some would-be buyers, … Read More

Existing Home Sales Surge in November

5 months ago

WASHINGTON — A big surge in the Northeast and a smaller gain in the South pushed existing-home sales up in November for the third consecutive month, according to the National … Read More

Pending Home Sales Up in September

7 months ago

WASHINGTON — Pending home sales shifted higher in September following August’s notable dip and are now at their fifth highest level over the past year, according to the National Association … Read More

Sales of Existing Homes Down in February

1 year ago

WASHINGTON — After increasing to the highest annual rate in six months, existing-home sales tumbled in February amidst unshakably low supply levels and steadfast price growth in several sections of … Read More

Existing-Home Sales Inch Forward in January, Price Growth Accelerates

1 year ago

WASHINGTON – Existing-home sales crept forward in January to the highest annual rate in six months, and subpar supply levels propelled price growth to the fastest increase since last April, … Read More

Existing Home Sales Regain Momentum in September

2 years ago

Existing–home sales rebounded strongly in September following August’s decline and have now increased year–over–year for 12 consecutive months, according to the National Association of Realtors. All four major regions experienced … Read More

Pending Home Sales Post Modest Rise in July

2 years ago

Pending home sales were mostly unchanged in July, but rose modestly for the sixth time in seven months, according to the National Association of Realtors. The Pending Home Sales Index, … Read More

NAR Study: Accelerating Housing Costs Have Renters Feeling the Squeeze

2 years ago

WASHINGTON – The gap between rental costs and household income is widening to unsustainable levels in many parts of the country, and the situation could worsen unless new home construction … Read More