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“Mortgage Rates Back at 4-Year Highs Ahead of Inflation Data”

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“Mortgage Rates Back at 4-Year Highs Ahead of Inflation Data”

From Matthew Graham at Mortgage News Daily: Mortgage Rates Back at 4-Year Highs Ahead of Inflation Data Mortgage rates moved higher today as bond markets braced for impact from several upcoming events. … omorrow’s Consumer Price Index–a key inflation report that can have an immediate impact on the bond market. If inflation is lower...
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Data and the #TrumpShutdown

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Data and the #TrumpShutdown

If the shutdown doesn’t end quickly, several agencies will probably not release regular government reports. For the coming week, the December new home sales, the durable goods, and advance Q4 GDP reports will probably be delayed. If the shutdown continues, the following week the January employment report will be delayed (fortunately the data has...
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Don’t like the data? Change it!

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Don’t like the data? Change it!

From the WSJ: Trump Administration Considers Change in Calculating U.S. Trade Deficit The Trump administration is considering changing the way it calculates U.S. trade deficits, a shift that would make the country’s trade gap appear larger than it had in past years … The leading idea under consideration would exclude from U.S. exports any...
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3 Ways Altos Clients Are Outsmarting Competitors with Real Estate Market Data

3 Ways Altos Clients Are Outsmarting Competitors with Real Estate Market Data

. You’ve probably heard the phrase “content is king” – well, nowhere is this more true than with the rea...
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Distressed House Sales using Sacramento Data

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Distressed House Sales using Sacramento Data

I’ve been following the Sacramento market to see the change in mix over time (conventional, REOs, and short sales) in a distressed area. The Sacramento Association of REALTORS® started breaking out REOs in May 2008, and short sales in June 2009. As I’ve written before: “I’m not sure what I’m looking for, but I’ll...
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Updated List: Ranking Economic Data

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Updated List: Ranking Economic Data

FAQ: Why does CR give everything away for free? Because he feels like it I’m frequently asked for sources of data, so here is an update to the list ranking economic data. For each indicator I’ve included a link to the source, and a link to the current graph gallery. These lists are not...
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Housing Data: Making foreclosure and default data publicly available

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Housing Data: Making foreclosure and default data publicly available

The housing bubble and bust exposed the poor quality of publicly available U.S. housing data. One area of improvement is the various house price indexes now available that didn’t exist in January 2005 when I started this blog. But that data isn’t always timely, and the details aren’t always public. There is a long...
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Distressed House Sales using Sacramento data

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Distressed House Sales using Sacramento data

The percent of distressed sales in Sacramento declined in April compared to March, because of a seasonal pickup in conventional sales, but this is the highest percentage of distressed sales for the month of April, since the Sacramento Association of REALTORS® started breaking out REOs in May 2008, and short sales in June 2009....
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