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Commerce Dept.: New home sales rose 6.1% in Feb. to the fastest pace since July, up about 13% from a year ago. Builders also have ramped up new-home construction.
Economic growth and relative affordability were top draws for the metros. Salt Lake City ranked first, followed by Miami and Orlando, Fla., as No. 2 and No. 3.
Freddie Mac: Long-term mortgage rates are down from their highest levels of 2017. Last week, the 30-year FRM was 4.30%; the 15-year FRM was 3.50% and now is 3.44%.
Sellers may overlook some steps that can ease their stress. Realtor.com suggests that sellers should remember to clean everything and to test the doorbell.
While higher rates make it more expensive for buyers, rising rates could also push fence-sitters into action and convince banks that they can approve more loans.
Tight supply still an issue: Single-family home median price up 12.5% year-to-year to $225,000 as sales stayed relatively flat. Condo median price up 11.7% to $167,500; sales up 4.1%. Total U.S. sales down 3.7% month-to-month, up 5.4% year-to-year.
In the current competitive market, 55% of homebuyers will consider going over budget, and they would spend, on average, an additional $37,809 to get into a home.
A Residential Energy Services Network and Appraisal Institute collaboration is adding HERS scores (Home Energy Rating System) to appraisal forms in a few states.
It just got cheaper to do listing presentations on an iPad as Apple drops the price. The cheapest version, however, also comes with a few less bells and whistles.