Thursday, March 29, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review

Enclosed malls fade from Washington D.C. (Greater Greater Washington) Indoor malls are dying all across the country, and the greater D.C. area.

DC Construction contracts down more than a quarter
(Citybiz) February's future construction contracts down more than a quarter from same month last year.

Freddie Mac predicts slow but steady growth in housing (Freddie Mac) With release of March data, the lender sees tepid growth for the rest of the year.

Foreclosure filings fell 16% in 4th quarter (HousingWire) The Comptroller of the Currency notes that delinquencies remain high, but actual filings dropped.

Refinance applications drop for 6th consecutive week (Mortgage Bankers Assn) Refinances for the week fall by 4.6%, while original loan applications fall by 2.7% for the week.


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