As hurricanes approached, gasoline demand increased as supply shrank, and prices rose. But sometimes price gouging is less obvious, as in the case of new homes.
The housing sector slaughtered traders when the bubble popped, leaving many wary of a rebound, but don’t count this group out just yet.
Up until recently, many young people weren’t able to purchase homes. And that’s for one reason: They simply couldn’t get a mortgage.
Technical analysis is the study of prices, and it can be applied to any price data. Right now, the picture for home prices is bullish.
Homeownership is near a record low, but things are clearly shifting. For the third year in a row, millennials represented the largest group of home buyers.
Last year, U.S. homeownership hit a 50-year low. But starting this year, you’re going to see homeownership begin to tick upward.
Comfortable living in a beautiful part of the world. Quiet and peaceful. Golf weather year-round. But that’s not the big reason why you should consider owning real estate in northern Argentina.
With the Federal Reserve set to announce its latest interest-rate decision tomorrow afternoon, we’re left staring down the possibility of a rate hike … and what that could mean for real estate.
Ultralow interest rates, if kept around long enough, are going to result in distortions in capital markets … and you need look no further than the housing market for proof.