The U.S. is running out of houses

In this weeks edition of The Weekly Digs: Existing home sales fall in November as home buyers are struggling to find houses. LLC vs. C corp, which is better for buying rental houses? This and more below the fold! For FREE weekly real estate news. Join The Weekly Digs 🔥 Featured Post Existing-Home Sales Fall …

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Trump

In this edition of The Weekly Digs: Home prices in the U.S. have surged to a 6-year high in September. Fannie/Freddie overseer is looking to end federal control before Trump leaves office — which could impact availability and cost of mortgages for millions of buyers. This and more below the fold For free weekly Real …

Is an “Eviction Tsunami” looming in 2021?

This week on The Weekly Digs: Is an “Eviction Tsumami” looming in 2021? The U.S. economy has only recovered half the 22 million jobs lost during 2020; meanwhile, stimulus checks and support for unemployed is drying up fast. On another note, the housing market in the U.S. continues to be red hot. This and more, …

Post-Election uncertainty and Low Mortgage Rates

This week on The Weekly Digs: There is a lot of uncertainty following the American Presidential election, and it has lead to lower and lower mortgage rates. Also, What is due diligence in real estate, and how do you do it? This and more on this weeks edition of The Weekly Digs For free news …

Home Prices are Rising. But the Rental Market is Struggling

In this every spooky edition of the weekly digs, We are seeing an interesting trend across the U.S. housing marking during the COVID-19 crisis. U.S. Home prices have been rising at the fastest rate in the past two years, signaling a recovery from last winter. However, the struggling rental market could usher in the next …

U.S. City Dwellers Are Looking for Suburban Homes

New York is leading the race for urban dwellers fleeing cities in search of suburban homes. Mortgage rates drop to record lows; however, it could start getting more expensive to refinance a home soon. Also, are rural land prices going through the roof? This and more below the fold! Join The Weekly Digs for Real …

Are Americans Leaving Cities in the wake of COVID-19?

In this weeks real estate news: Are Americans leaving cities in the wake of COVID-19? Mortgage rates hit an historic all-time low, thus driving many buyers out of cities and into suburbs (again). Foreign home buyers dry up, opening the path for domestic buyers. And July 11-12 COVID numbers are the highest yet. This and …

Rent is due — tenants can’t pay

Landlords are bracing for collecting less in April as unemployment continues to rise over the coronavirus pandemic. Also, somehow home prices are rising — for now — despite the coronavirus, some experts say this is a trend that will not last, and expect prices to drop to low 2011 levels eventually. This and more below …

50% of Americans think it’s a good idea to buy a home.

Currently only 50% of Americans think it’s a good idea to buy a home right now — that is an ALL TIME low. What is the Coronavirus’ impact on real-estate investors? Home sales plummet in March. This and more below the fold Join the weekly digs for free weekly reports on Real Estate 🎧 Latest …

Fannie Mae: Sales will decline by 15%

Fannie Mae is saying that sales may decline by up to 15% in 2020 due to the coronavirus disrupting the housing market. Home Builder confidence is plummeting to its lowest level since 2012. And which US housing markets will be the most affected by COVID-19? This and more below the fold. To stay on top …