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RPM Living on Student Housing Occupancy Growth and Trends
...Client Services at RPM Living. Image courtesy of RPM Living The student housing market is on the rise after the health crisis, outperforming last year’s fundamentals and prepandemic rates. In...

Research Spotlight: 2022 REALTORS® and Sustainability: Commercial Report
Last month, NAR Research released the 2022 REALTORS® and Sustainability: Commercial report, which presents information regarding sustainability issues facing the industry as reported by our members...

Selling a home in Connecticut
...that broader economic conditions aren’t going to do sellers many favors. Mortgage rates are rising, and housing inventory is slowly increasing — two factors that make it feel less like a seller...

Buying a house in Connecticut: A how-to
...number of people who want to call the Constitution State home. As mortgage rates rise and worries over inflation dominate the headlines, you might be asking yourself whether you should buy a...

Reverse mortgage: What it is and how it works
...for the appraisal and home inspection, a credit check, title search and title insurance, or a recording fee. Keep in mind that the interest rate for reverse mortgages tends to be higher, which...

S&P 500 Hits 2022 Low, Markets Dip For 6th Straight Day
...estimates even as prices for new homes fell. The volatility in the housing market could be an “indicator we are in the early stages of a recession,” Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish said in...

U.S. sales of new homes unexpectedly rise in a break from downturn
...representing a break in an otherwise rapid descent this year for a housing market still at risk of further deterioration as mortgage rates climb. Purchases of new single-family homes increased...

Housing Market Volatility Flashes ‘Early Signs’ Of Recession As New Home Sales Unexpectedly Surge
...Click on the conversation bubble to join the conversation Got it! Topline New home sales unexpectedly surged much more than economists projected in August even though same-day data showed...

What is a deed in lieu of foreclosure?
...may help the homeowner avoid some embarrassment and some costs associated with foreclosures. It is also possible that the homeowner’s credit will be less impacted compared to a full foreclosure...

Buyer’s market vs. seller’s market: What’s the difference?
...inventory remains low — particularly for affordably priced properties — rapidly rising mortgage rates are starting to balance out the market in many areas of the country. August 2022 marked...