It’s the confusing time of the month, when corporations, lobbyists and federal regulators trumpet their stats on home sales and home prices.
Rising real estate prices are largely responsible for an improvement in U.S. household balance sheets.
Improving real estate markets are producing higher property tax bills.
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Creepy statistics about distressed properties might give the market a fright.
With billions and billions of dollars being poured into the financial system every month, should you be surprised that fewer people are able to afford to buy houses?
This week, a fairly sparse lineup of economic reports moves the housing sector into the starring role.
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