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(Hoya Capital Real Estate, HousingWire) Despite signs of slowing. month basis, existing home sales are lower by 2.6% while new home sales remain higher by 5.2%. We continue to reiterate that weak.
Existing home sales, which make up about 90 percent of U.S. home sales, plunged 10.3 percent from a year ago. For all of 2018, sales fell 3.1 percent to 5.34 million units, the weakest since 2015.
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Existing home sales have dropped sharply for two consecutive months now. Economic indicators are still generally beating analysts’ expectations, but not by as much as they were just a month ago. Our estimate for Q1 GDP growth slips to 2.0%, as real consumer spending continues to. Apple cuts outlook, CEO Tim Cook blames China and iPhone. – Apple blaming China over cut in outlook but is it hurt by too many iPhone options? Apple lowered its first-quarter guidance over weaker-than-expected.
the US, consumer spending (which accounts for about 2/3 of economic spending) rose 2.4% compared to 3% in the 3rd quarter. Although slowing into the 4th quarter, consumer spending remained positive due to employment gains. However, business spending dropped 1% in the 4th quarter compared a decline of 0.7% in the 3rd quarter.
We believe consumer spending will slow in the coming. Existing Home Sales (right scale, millions) Mar-12 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 1989 1993 1997 2001 2005 2009 2013 homeowner vacancy rate. GDP outlook for the coming quarters, as a recession in
The Consumer Price Index has been mostly stable, at a modest 2% over the past 12 months. And the long-term outlook. sales. What’s new. Network operators are slowing spending on everything, including 5G deployment. "Our 2019 [optical communication sales] outlook has been impacted by a major fiber to the home.
But the economic outlook. slowing to a crawl in the fourth quarter. Economists raised their first-quarter gross domestic product estimates by at least one-tenth of a percentage point to as high as.
‘The status quo is over’: FHFA chief vows quick action on GSEs ‘The status quo is over’: FHFA chief vows quick action on GSEs Mark Calabria said he wants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to take preliminary steps by Jan. 1 toward exiting conservatorship. gse reform Hannah Lang May 20CFPB turns its reg relief focus to HMDA “Roughly speaking, it is probably a 2-1 ratio of with a heavy focus. delay on HMDA reporting as well as the simplification of QM rules and moratorium on additional mortgage servicing regulations..Refinance applications rise as rates fall to a seven-month low October refis, closed loans. According to October’s recently released report, refinances accounted for nearly 40 percent of all loans that month – up from just 47 percent one year ago. October saw mortgage rates fall to 4.20 percent – a new low for 2017 (though rates have dropped more since then.) According to Ellie Mae’s CEO and President,
Property prices and sales expected to slow in the United States in 2018. In 2018, Yun anticipates essentially no change with a decline of 0.4% in existing sales and price growth to moderate to around 2%. A breakdown of the index figures show that sales in the Northeast rose by 4.1% in November and are now 1.1% percent above a year ago while in the Midwest they increased by 0.4% and are 0.8% up.