The Atlanta housing industry ended the year on a more sluggish note than expected. Tight inventory, home sales and a variety of other housing indicators were factors in the end-of-year decline.
Once again, stagnation strikes the U.S. housing industry as home sales, home prices and home builder confidence painted an unclear picture of the industry.
For mortgage loan originators, Realtors, builders and potential borrowers alike, we near the end of 2015 with plenty to be thankful for.
The Cal-Culator now stands at 6.9 – the highest recorded number ever for the index. Home sales, prices, rates and an increase in first-time homebuyers propelled the index forward.
Between dealing with the pressure of swiftly closing deals, the growing mountain of paperwork, keeping a robust client pipeline and fostering partnerships in the housing industry, it can be extremely challenging for MLOs to carve ...
After a month of stagnation, the Atlanta residential real estate index has inched forward due to rising home prices, increased home sales, and improved builder confidence.
Although the Cal-Culator rose to a 6.7-record high last month, indicators reveal it'll stay put for another month as housing indicators remained stagnant.
New data on housing starts, home sales, builder permits and builder confidence reveal that the housing industry is continuing its drastic year of recovery.
After a month of stagnation, the Cal-Culator, Atlanta’s residential real estate index, rose slightly in March by 0.1 to bring the index to 6.4. Incredible home price growth along with an increase in home sales ...
Due to a decline in mortgage delinquency rates and an increase in inventory offset by declining home sales and investment in the Atlanta market, Atlanta's real estate index remained stagnant in Feb.
Mortgage Loan Originators have seen the best and the worst of the housing industry in a span of less than 10 years with a flood of heavily fluctuating trends. MLO’s saw a surge of first ...