Economy and Housing Market
October’s lower inflation rate is a welcome sign for a housing market that’s seen steady declines in 2022.
From 2022 NAR NXT, The REALTOR® Experience, Nov. 11-13, Orlando, Fla.
The third quarter may have marked the end of price surges as higher mortgage rates put a damper on projections for property appreciation. Read more from NAR’s latest report.
Economists eye two possible scenarios: Rates could rise to 8% or higher by the end of the year, or they could stabilize. Know what to expect.
Persistent inflation is proving “quite harmful to the housing market,” says NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun.
Rising interest rates have increased the average monthly loan payment by a whopping $1,000 year over year.
Despite signs of a housing recession, some buyers will be back to try again.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun paints a picture of what could happen with borrowing costs once it passes a critical threshold.
Forced to slow down construction as buyer demand plummets, builders predict lower home starts through 2023.
There’s some encouraging news in NAR’s latest housing report, though sales of existing home are still falling amid economic uncertainty.
Despite an unexpected jump in new construction in September, demand for new homes is falling due to high prices and mortgage rates. Builders are lowering their asks to boost buyer traffic.