U.S. Mortgage Lending Volume Hits a 17-Year Low

The U.S. housing market is witnessing a 17-year low in the lending volume. The downturn was triggered by a percent point increase in the interest prices last year, which in turn was a result of Federal Reserve’s announcement of tapering its stimulus cash. The average

Home Affordability Still A Reality!

Last year, the American housing market saw historically low mortgage rates and it was seen that homeowners paid approximately 37% less per month in the fourth quarter of 2012, even though homes cost about 14.5% more. Zillow conducted a study of current and historic median