Fannie Mae: Improving American outlook bodes well for housing

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– Fannie Mae: Seller’s market indicators point to growing inventory Trey Garrison, July 7, 2015, HousingWire.com Americans’ outlook toward the current home selling market and the future of home rental prices may bode well for purchase activity this year, according to results from Fannie Mae’s june 2015 national Housing Survey.

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March job numbers brought welcome news as more jobs were added to the construction market, which bodes well for the current lack of inventory in the market.

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Upgraded Outlook Supports Call for Stronger Spring Selling Season. WASHINGTON, DC – The net profit margin outlook for mortgage lenders, while still negative, improved significantly in the first three months of 2019, due primarily to stronger demand expectations for both purchase and refinance mortgages, according to Fannie Mae’s Q1 2019 Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey.

Zillow home values rise for 16 consecutive months U.S. home values dropped for the second month in a row, according to the May Zillow real estate market report. The typical U.S. home is worth $226,800, down 0.1% from a month earlier. Home values also fell in April, ending a streak of 85 consecutive months of gains that added $78,500 in value to the median home.

So far, there are some good market omens, and more importantly, mounting evidence that the 2013 partial housing recovery is more than a false start. Here are just three of them: – Fannie Mae’s.

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The substantial decline in affordability problems among young owner-occupants indicates much better alignment of housing costs with incomes than was the case during the bubble years, which should bode well for homeownership sustainability in the future. Patrick Simmons Director, Strategic Planning Economic and Strategic Research Group. October.

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Boomers will be relinquishing their homes at record rates soon, and there may not be enough demand from millennials to pick up the slack, the government-sponsored mortgage backer Fannie Mae warns in a new report. "With the oldest boomers now advancing into their 70s," Fannie Mae states, "the beginning of a mass exodus looms on the horizon, fueling fears of a ‘generational housing.