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Aligning Housing and Sustainability Goals in California

It has been a decade since the Sustainable Communities and Climate Protection Act (Senate Bill 375) was passed in California. Recently, a study by the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the Berkeley University explored how the housing provisions of SB ...

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Is the Housing Market Over-leveraged?

Noting a strong correlation between housing leverage and serious delinquency, researchers at the New York Fed answer the question of whether homeowners are currently over-leveraged and how likely they are to default if home prices begin to slide.

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Foreclosure Trends on the Horizon

low income households

Despite historically low levels of foreclosures, are there any indicators suggesting that a reversal is coming? A webinar on Tuesday addressed this question, along with the overall performance of the housing market in the first half of 2018.

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Overvalued Markets Snapshot

Florida

There seems to be no stopping home price and value growth, according to a new report, but how many U.S. markets are currently overvalued? Read on to find out.

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Fannie Checks in With Homeowners

Consumer sentiment on the housing market edged up this month according to a Fannie Mae report, but while homeowner confidence remains at an all-time high, these factors impacted buyer sentiments.

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Wolters Kluwer Releases HMDA Data

Data

The release shows lending practices in the aggregate as well as by individual institutions, allowing viewers market insights that are ahead of the federal government’s aggregate data report.

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