Aggressive inflation will force the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates multiple rounds this year and actively pursue quantitative tightening.
The new "Bipartisan Infrastructure Law" allocates $5 billion toward increasing the number of electric vehicles and chargers.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate rose to 4.72% from 4.67% the previous week; mortgage rates have increased by 1.5 percentage points since the beginning of the year, hurting affordability.
Whether they are using an app on their phones or driving around their neighborhoods looking for open house signs, home buyers of different generations search in their own, unique ways. However, there are also more similarities than one might think.
The latest jobs data, with the unemployment rate sinking to 3.6%, presents an incredibly tight job market.
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Mortgage rates surged for the fourth straight week, rising to 4.67% from 3.76% in the first week of March 2022, significantly increasing borrowing costs for buyers.
With differences in buying power, family situations, and priorities, home buyers from different generations are purchasing very different homes.
Prices of multifamily properties and industrial properties rose at the strongest pace by over 10% year-over-year while sales prices on retail and office properties rose at a modest pace of less than 5%.
February 2022’s pending home sales pace declined 4.1% last month and fell 5.4% from a year ago.
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