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According to a recently released report by the National Association of Realtors, existing home sales increased in January, marking the third gain in four months.
The U.S. housing market and economy are continuing to show glimmers of hope, with low interest rates and more favorable job prospects being reported for Americans.
According to a recently released survey from more than 600 Coldwell Banker Real Estate professionals in the United States, homebuyers and sellers are agreeing more on home prices in 2012.
Recently released numbers from the U.S. Commerce Department showed housing starts increased 1.5 percent from upwardly revised numbers in January.
Fitch Ratings recently predicted that the Federal Open Market Committee's expectation of low interest rates through 2014 will provide little or no assistance to subprime mortgage borrowers.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke recently spoke out about the conditions that he believes are leading to continued trouble in the housing market.
According to TransUnion, the national mortgage delinquency rate increased for the second time since 2009 to 6.01 percent at the end of the fourth quarter in 2011.
Freddie Mac recently released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey, which showed the average fixed-rate mortgage remained at an all-time low for the third consecutive week.