By now you’ve probably heard that the real estate market is going to be a nightmare.
And as we have previously noted, the realtor market is in an existential crisis, with no real estate agents or brokers left to buy homes.
That is, until now.
According to a new study, the average home sale price has been going up.
As we reported, real estate brokers, builders, and homebuilders have all been seeing more demand for new homes than they can handle.
The new report from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac estimates that the number of new homes being sold by the three major players, HOA and REO, has risen to more than 1 million in 2018.
So what’s going on?
The good news is that there are still plenty of homes for sale, as well as people willing to buy them.
Here are 10 things to know about the new report.1.
What’s the new data from FHA?
The latest data from the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) shows that, while the housing market is down, home values are increasing.
This means that many homeowners are buying new homes.
Houses are selling faster than they were a few years ago.
According to the FHA, median prices for homes sold in 2017 reached an all-time high of $8,900, up 7.8% from 2016.
The median price for a home sold last year reached $7,500, up 6.2% from last year.
The median price of a home that was recently sold was $853, up 12.3% from the previous year.
This is a good sign for home prices.
In 2016, the median home price was $1,000,000.
The average price for new properties was $3,200,000 in 2017, and the median price was now $3.8 million.
What are the factors that are driving up home values?
One of the big drivers of rising home prices is the Federal Reserve’s $700 billion asset purchase program.
The Fed funds the purchase of assets, like homes and cash, to prop up the housing sector.
The purchase program was started in 2008, when the economy collapsed.
Since then, the Fed has spent billions of dollars buying homes and loans, and is expected to spend more than $4 trillion this year.
The Federal Reserve is expected in October to announce the next round of purchases, but it’s not known if the purchases will continue past 2020.
It is also not known how much money the Fed will spend.
There is speculation that the Fed may continue to buy assets and make more loans.
But even if the Fed continues to spend money, there is another way that the housing bubble could burst.
If the Fed continued to buy money, the price of home loans would rise.
The interest rate on the loans would skyrocket.
This would put pressure on the mortgage markets, as buyers would want to get out of debt quickly, to protect themselves from further rising interest rates.
At the same time, the prices of homes would fall.
That is, if home prices continued to rise, buyers would be forced to sell their homes.
As a result, home prices would start to decline, as lenders would be hesitant to lend money to borrowers who are looking for homes.3.
Are new homes for rent and lease cheap?
There are a few key factors that influence the market.
First, there are a lot of people who are buying homes for the first time.
According the FHFA, a total of 5.7 million new homes were sold in 2018, up from 5.3 million in 2017.
Another big factor in home prices, however, is the availability of homes.
According a recent Fannie and Freddie report, a full 32.4 million new houses were sold last month.
That means that more than a quarter of the homes sold last October were new homes, up slightly from last October.
Are homes affordable?
According the Fannie report, the current median income for a household in 2017 was $53,500.
But it could go up significantly if inflation rises.
For example, according to the recent report from the Urban Institute, median income is expected at $65,000 for a family of four, which means that if the median income continues to rise at its current pace, that would mean that the median family income could increase by about $816, which would put it on track to reach $70,000 by 2025.5.
Are there any sellers out there?
A lot of the buyers who have been selling their homes over the past few years are now finding new homes to buy.
According Fannie, new home sales by people age 25 to 54 rose to a record pace of 1.4 billion in 2017 from just over 1.1 billion in 2016.
However, the number is expected slowly to decrease as