The good news: initial claims fell for the 14th consecutive week, the Labor Department said yesterday. The bad news: despite the decrease, initial claims topped one million for the 14th consecutive week and look as if they will continue to do so for several more weeks.
Mortgage credit availability fell in June for the fourth consecutive month, remaining at a six-year low, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported this morning.
When COVID-19 hit in mid-March, apartment operators quickly cut rents as demand evaporated. Today leasing volumes are “surging” and rent cuts are quickly disappearing in many big U.S. metros, reported RealPage, Richardson, Texas.
Did you know electronic closings can occur in different ways? Take a closer look at two digital closing scenarios: hybrid and full eClosing with remote online notarization (RON).