The Dirty Word: “Overbuilt” Markets Possibly Loom on the Horizon Yet, demand in some of the frothiest metros still exceeds supply.

Posted by on Aug 5, 2013 in Dismiss Low Battery | No Comments

By John Caulfield Coming out of the recession, Raleigh-Durham, N.C., seemed to be one of those can’t-miss real estate markets. Its economy and demographics were exactly what builders, developers, and investors coveted in terms of potential growth. And competitive conditions seemed ripe for the picking. So the gold rush began, and aggressive construction of multifamily ...

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From the Calculated Risk Blog

Posted by on Aug 1, 2013 in Dismiss Low Battery | No Comments

Calculated Risk Construction Spending declined in June, Public Construction Spending at Lowest Level since 2006 ISM Manufacturing index increases in July to 55.4 Weekly Initial Unemployment Claims decline to 326,000 Thursday: Vehicle Sales, Unemployment Claims, ISM Mfg Index, Construction Spending Fannie Mae: Mortgage Serious Delinquency rate declined in June, Lowest since December 2008 FOMC Statement: ...

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Real Estate – Madness!

Posted by on Jul 30, 2013 in Dismiss Low Battery | No Comments

Real estate data is everywhere. It’s overwhelming. It’s confusing. Also very regional and national. And non-specific. Anyone can spit out a median sale price for a neighborhood. But does that really help you make a buying or selling decision? We give accurate, detailed, and specific advice tailored to your real estate objectives. Based on scrubbed ...

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