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5 Reasons Why You Should Still Buy an Investment Property
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If you we're thinking of purchasing an investment property prior to the pandemic, don't change your mind just yet. Here's why owning a rental property is still a great idea.

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Redfin CEO likens housing inventory crunch to ‘Soviet-era supermarket’
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The number of home listings collapsed to the lowest level on record, leaving “nearly all of the shelves empty,” Glenn Kelman said in the company’s latest home sales report.
Mortgage rates jump again, as economic worries subside
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After several weeks of resistance, mortgage rates are now moving in lockstep with the recent increases in the 10-year Treasury yield.
Gauge of U.S. pending home sales declines to a six-month low
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A gauge of U.S. pending home sales fell to a six-month low in January as buyers competed for a limited number of properties.
Pending Home Sales Fall in January as Inventory Constrains Buyers
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Fewer Americans are applying for mortgages — a sign that some buyers may be dismayed by rising home prices and mortgage rates.

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Berkeley considers ending single-family zoning by December 2022
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Berkeley is the latest city looking at opening up exclusive neighborhoods to more housing as the region struggles with exorbitant rents and home prices and increasing homelessness.
U.S. new-home sales increased in January by more than forecast
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Purchases of new single-family homes increased 4.3% to a 923,000 annualized pace in January from an upwardly revised 885,000 rate in the prior month, government data showed Wednesday.
Rent Prices Have Dropped in These 9 Formerly Hot Markets
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It's not just home prices that have been affected significantly by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr. Cooper bets on future servicing earnings as 4Q profits run high
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As its mortgage origination volume delivered another quarter of strong earnings, Mr. Cooper’s banking on its "enormous backlog" of REO orders to generate further profitability once the foreclosure moratorium is lifted.
MBS RECAP: Glimmer of Hope in Bonds, But It Might Be a Trap
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Glimmer of Hope in Bonds, But It Might Be a Trap Bonds started the day in roughly unchanged territory and promptly began tanking. This was a bigger deal for MBS than Treasuries as the latter managed to stay UNDER yesterday's intraday high yields. Heavy losses in stocks at the NYSE open helped bonds a bit, but weakness returned ahead of Powell's congressional testimony. As Powell spoke, yields healed and bonds eventually turned green. This makes for a promising technical cue as far as charts are concerned, but for reasons discussed in today's video, it might make sense to wait for just a bit more convincing before shifting your lock/float approach in this market. Econ Data / Events Fed MBS Buying 10am, 1130am, 1pm Case Shiller Home Prices (y/y) 10.1 vs 9.9 f'cast, 9.2 prev FHFA...(read more)

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