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August 2018 Housing News Report
The ATTOM Data Solutions 2018 Neighborhood Housing Index uses new neighborhood boundary data to rank more than 10,000 neighborhood housing markets nationwide based on six factors impacting the hyperlocal housing market: affordability, home price appreciation, school scores, crime rates, unemployment rates and property taxes. See where your neighborhood ranks with our interactive heat map.
July 2018 Orlando Housing News Report
Prospective homebuyers will be cheered to learn that the rocketing rise in prices Orlando has seen over the past years stabilized this summer in the healthy single-digits. For the last three months, the year-over-year median price has increased between 6 and 7 percent.
July 2018 Housing News Report
Subprime financing is on the upswing, and for a lot of people that’s a problem. The mortgage meltdown is widely identified with subprime lending so why should the return of such loans be welcomed? A look at why many claim this brand of subprime is different and if the data is supporting that claim.
Single-family housing supply tightest in 20 years, expected to get worse
Single-family housing shortage has led to the tightest months supply since the series was published in 1999. Adding to the shortage, new construction has failed to rebound post FGC.
2018 North American Multifamily Forecast
The top two markets last year trade places in 2018. Driven by robust employment in the tech sector and soaring home prices that keep rental demand ahead of elevated deliveries, Seattle-Tacoma ranks first on the chart. The metro outperforms last year’s leader, Los Angeles (#2), which slid one spot.