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Mar 10, 2015 | via Planning
March 10 -- CHEYENNE -- Meetings are being held around Laramie County this week to give the public a chance to voice their concerns about local housing availability and affordability. Referred to as listening sessions, the meetings are part of an ongoing assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the county's housing market. Comment?
11 min ago | via Examiner.com
It may be that 'child' of yours is getting married or that you simply want to pass along some of the wealth you have worked so hard to accumulate during your lifetime. Either way, you want to help them buy a home . Comment?
16 min ago | via Patch.com
Recent reports by the Federal Reserve indicate that, while national inflation rates appear to be down, the rental market seems to be showing a consistent increase in prices, which exceeds the rate of income growth in most areas. Throughout the country, renters are paying an average of 3.7% more than they were just a few months ago. Comment?
24 min ago | via The Columbian
If you've got a low FICO credit score but believe you can handle monthly mortgage payments instead of rent, here's some potentially good news: The government is now willing to give you a better shot at obtaining a low-down-payment home loan from the Federal Housing Administration. Under a key policy change that took effect last week, lenders nationwide now have more leeway to approve mortgages to borrowers who qualify under FHA's underwriting guidelines but may have below-par FICO scores. Comment?
26 min ago | via Insurance News Net
The Defect Index reflects estimated mortgage loan defect rates over time, by geography and by loan type. It's available as an interactive tool that can be tailored to showcase trends by category including amortization type, lien position, loan purpose, property and transaction types, as well as state and market-level comparisons of levels of mortgage loan defects. Comment?
27 min ago | via Medincine Hat News
The cost of owning a home has been holding steady in most parts of Canada, but affordability declined during the second quarter in the two most expensive markets, Vancouver and Toronto, a report by Royal Bank says. In its latest analysis of housing trends, RBC also said Monday it expects prices will continue to rise in Toronto and Vancouver in the short term because of tight supplies of detached homes for sale. Comment?
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