Conforming loan limits are being raised for the first time in a decade.
November 23, 2016
The federal government is increasing the limit for conforming mortgages from $417,000 to $424,100 in most regions of the U.S. starting Jan. 1, 2017, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced Wednesday the first such increase since 2006.
A U.S. District Court’s injunction against the new overtime rules will affect salaried employees of brokerages and state and local associations.
Things are looking up in real estate. Here’s why you should be feeling better about the market’s outlook.
“My advice to clients right now is to be extremely defensive,” says one loan officer about the recent jump in mortgage rates.
More “equity-rich” homeowners are surfacing in the U.S. Five states around the country are leading the trend, according to new research.
Forty-three percent of homes sold in October were on the market for less than a month.
Are you watching every penny that comes in and out of your business? Use these tips to get a better grip on your income and expenses.
If you want your marketing to resonate in the long term, you need to get to know the home buyers of the future. Hear the housing dreams of Generation Z in their own words.
Don’t let uncommitted agents or poisonous personalities taint your office culture. Here are some tips for handling the situation.
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