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Subject: Top News: Brexit vote could boost U.S. commercial real estate
The United Kingdom’s vote last week to leave the European Union is likely to have a short-term positive effect on commercial real estate in the United States, especially in large gateway cities and in the office market, according to market observers. Having trouble viewing this e-mail? Click here.
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Brexit vote could boost U.S. commercial real estate
The United Kingdom’s vote last week to leave the European Union is likely to have a short-term positive effect on commercial real estate in the United States, especially in large gateway cities and in the office market, according to market observers. "We're probably going to see more foreign capital push into the safe haven that is the United States," said CoStar economist Suzanne Mulvee.
Nation’s home-price ascent shifting into a lower gear
RealtyTrac's Daren Blomquist said the recent slowdown in home-price appreciation nationally, as recorded by the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, is being driven by local dynamics and global economic weakness. Read more
Major home-sales index records first decline since 2014
Pending home sales in the U.S. hit a wall in May and declined year over year for the first time in nearly two years, the National Association of Realtors reports. Read more
Britain’s EU-exit vote could boost U.S. housing market
The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union may hurt Europe long term, but it could initially be a boon for mortgage originators here at home. Read more
CFPB warns mortgage services about tech deficiencies
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the government’s consumer-finance watchdog, signaled that it is going to crack down on mortgage servicers that have not adequately beefed up their technology to comply with recent federal rules. Read more
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“With first-time buyers still struggling to enter the market, repeat buyers using the proceeds from the sale of their previous home as their downpayment are making up the bulk of home purchases right now.”
Lawrence Yun, chief economist, National Association of Realtors
Stat of the Week
New-home sales this past May on an annualized basis, up 6.4 percent year over year
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Chief economist, Mortgage Bankers Association
MBA Chief Economist Mike Fratantoni discusses factors that influence loan profits, and what falling profits and rising costs have meant to the mortgage industry.
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