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On the Horizon: Insights From the JCHS

The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University takes a look at a few key datapoints, which give a better picture of how the market is faring as we near the year’s halfway point.

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Fed Raises Nominal Interest Rate by 0.75%

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Three-quarters of a point. This is the amount the Federal Reserve chose to raise the nominal interest rate by citing the need to combat the highest rate of inflation since the 80s.  To put that another way, this is the ...

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Potential Home Sales Decrease on Monthly, Yearly Basis

First American Financial Corporation has released their latest iteration of the proprietary Potential Home Sales Model (PHSM) for April 2022 and found that potential existing-home sales decreased to a 5.74 million seasonally adjusted annualized rate (SAAR), a 3.0% month-over-month decrease.  ...

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The Exchange: The Way Forward

Larry Cordell, SVP, Risk Assessment, Data Analysis, and Research Group, and Xudong An, AVP, Supervision, Regulation, and Credit, both of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, speak about foreclosure trends as borrowers continue exiting forbearance.

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Military Conflict Complicates Fannie Mae’s Estimates

No matter what you call it, the conflict in Ukraine is creating worldwide macroeconomic events that will trickle down to every segment of the economy over the course of the year.  Knowing this, the Economic and Strategic Research Group (ESR) at ...

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