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Freddie Mac forecast calls for sales recovery, rising prices

Low interest rates and a strong job climate should sustain the U.S. housing market for another 18 months, according to the latest forecast from Freddie Mac. pricgrowth Those factors have caused a recent spike in purchase and refinance mortgage applications …Read more





Freddie Mac July Forecast Expect Homes Sales Recovery

July 30 2019 GLOBE NEWSWIRE — According to Freddie Macs OTCQB FMCC July Forecast an overall increase in home sales for the remainder of the year will be dampened by the ongoing shortage of homes for sale and rising house prices Sam Khater
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New Data Prompts Freddie Mac to Upgrade Their Forecast

The forecast is for total housing sales both new and existing to slightly best the 2018 number of 596 million units rising Home price growth in the first quarter was slightly higher than forecasts anticipated so Freddie Mac has revised its
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Freddie Mac Sees Home Prices Rising in 2016 and 2017 Driven by GDP and Low Mortgage Rates

Freddie Macs latest economic and housing price outlook is still calling for growth on both fronts housing and economy The forecast calls for growth to rebound in the second half of 2016 with gross domestic product GDP rising 19 in 2016 and then
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Housing Falters as Forecasters See US Sales Dropping

The two-year-old US housing recovery is faltering The Mortgage Bankers Association yesterday lowered its forecast for combined new and existing home sales in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been sideswiped by rising home prices and an economy
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Case-Shiller index shows home prices beating forecasts in July

Homebuilder Outlook The housing market recovery is accelerating as inventory continues to decline and prices are now rising Freddie Mac Foreclosures could still be a headwind for homebuilders even as such transactions are slowing Distressed sales
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Watch for these housing and mortgage trends in the second half of 2019

Freddie Mac estimates that in 2017 370000 fewer homes were built than needed to satisfy demand resulting from population growth Until construction ramps up housing costs will likely continue rising above revised its price forecast but it
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