The housing market is very complicated, with a lot of variables that can affect it. NTD talks to an expert in real estate for his insights.
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ATTOM, a leading curator of land, property, and real estate data, today released its Q1 2023 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report, which shows a total of 95,712 U.S. properties with a foreclosure filings during the first quarter of 2023, up 6 percent from the previous quarter and up 22 percent from a year ago.
After February’s surprise surge in Housing Starts and Permits, driven largely by a brief dip in mortgage rates, the housing market’s data was expected to slide significantly in March data released today… and they did. However, while housing starts fell, it was less than expected (-0.5% MoM vs -3.5% exp but Feb’s 9.8% jump was revised down to +7.3%) but Building Permits plunged 8.8% MoM (vs 6.5% MoM drop) and Feb’s data was revised higherto 15.8% (from 13.8% MoM)…