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  • Single-Family Home Inventory Up YoY in May

    Despite housing inventory falling slightly to a 7.7 months’ supply month-over-month, the nation's supply was up 34.5% over last May, with 444,000 units available for sale. ... READ MORE

  • U.S. Records 19k Foreclosure Starts in May

    Black Knight Inc. has released a “first look” the latest iteration of its Mortgage Monitor Report for May 2022, which looks at delinquency and foreclosure rates across the U.S.  According to Black Knight, the national delinquency rate fell to 2.75% in May, continuing a downward trend that has materi... READ MORE

  • Demand for Vacation Homes Returns to Pre-Pandemic Norms

    Vacation homes became all the rage early in the pandemic, with demand peaking at 90% above normal levels in March 2021. But today, the apparent demand for second properties or vacation homes has fallen to “normal” levels, or at least to the level it was at before the pandemic, as demand is now down ... READ MORE

  • The Week Ahead: Finding Balance Within Housing Inventory

    In a battle for the nation’s limited housing stock, a panel of experts take to Capitol Hill to discuss SFR investment and its impact on the current marketplace. ... READ MORE

  • More Renters Seeking Warmer, Rural Areas

    Out-of-state applicants for rental properties increased 42% from 2020 to 2021, according to a new data analysis from TransUnion. In that same period, rental applications in rural areas increased 28%, while urban rental application volume rose just 10%. The primary driver of these trends appears to b... READ MORE

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