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Tracking Homeowners’ Desire to Relocate

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A survey by LendingTree found that about half of Americans looked into moving in the coming year. The researchers took a closer look at where, specifically, homeowners who relocate are most likely to go. Using data from January-December of 2020, ...

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Economy ‘Ready to Take Off’ in 2021

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Fannie Mae's Economic and Strategic Research (ESR) Group expects the U.S. economy to grow 5.3% in 2021, an upgraded forecast from the 4.5% reported last December. The GSE also issued an improved projection for 2022 at 3.6% growth from 3.2%. ...

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California Housing Market Ends 2020 on a High Note

Despite a myriad of obstacles stemming from two pandemic-induced lockdowns and a problematic economy that forced many residents and businesses to leave the state, California's housing market closed 2020 with a vibrant sales rate and a fifth record-high median price ...

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How Biden’s Economic Stimulus Plan Might Impact Housing

President-elect Joe Biden last week provided a $1.9 trillion plan for rescuing the U.S. economy. Housing industry insiders and other American's have responded to key housing-related areas of the package including individual stimulus checks in the amount of $1,400 (in ...

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HUD Face-to-Face: Is it a Condition Precedent

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the January edition of DS News.  Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals has recently issued two new opinions concerning the “HUD Face-to-Face Provision.” Both actions involved the involuntary dismissal of foreclosure cases at ...

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