Home sales in the nation’s 50 top-selling master planned communities grew by a modest 5 percent in 2021 from 2020, reported RCLCO, Bethesda, Md., with a 14% decrease in sales in the second half of the year as supply chain issues manifested.
A new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau analysis sharply criticized the three major nationwide consumer reporting companies, alleging changes in complaint responses provided by Equifax, Experian and TransUnion resulted in fewer meaningful responses and less consumer relief.
Initial claims for unemployment continued their yo-yo pattern, rising for the fourth time in seven weeks, the Labor Department reported Thursday.
Investor interest in commercial real estate remains strong despite increased uncertainty due to rising COVID-19 infections and a reduction in the Federal Reserve’s bond purchasing program, reported CBRE, Dallas.
FHFA Targets Increases to GSE Pricing Framework; Upfront Loan-Level Pricing Adjustments Take Effect Apr. 1
The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Wednesday announced targeted increases to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s upfront fees for certain high-balance loans and second-home loans, effective Apr. 1.