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Millennials fuel 2016's hottest ZIP codesHot job prospects + affordable housing options + millennials = housing markets that sizzle, according to a Realtor.com survey of U.S. ZIP codes.
U.S. consumer confidence hits post-Recession highThe monthly survey found consumers generally more upbeat about current conditions and more optimistic about changes in the short-term future.
Snapchat unveils new name, video glassesSnapchat has a new name, Snap Inc., and new glasses called Spectacles that take videos and upload them to Snapchat "hands-free with the simple tap of a button."
Case-Shiller: Home prices climbed again in JulyU.S. home prices rose 5% year-to-year, though much of the upward pressure came from Pacific Northwest cities where home prices rose over 10% in one year.
HUD calls for protection of non-English buyersThe new guidance specifically targets mortgage lenders and brokers for compliance. HUD says it became alarmed after reports came in saying some lenders were denying requests to have loan documents translated.
Mortgage exec reflects on housing market challengesWhy are mortgage rates so low? Will the homeownership rate increase from roughly 63%? AP interviewed Rohit Gupta, CEO of Genworth Mortgage Insurance.
New home sales decline 7.6% in AugustThe drop was expected after July broke a nine-year record, experts said – and year-to-year, new home sales rose 20.1%.
Can the condo board change common areas?Legal QandA: Is it lawful to amend bylaws by a majority vote to allow the board to approve material alterations to common areas that cost $10,000 or less?
How will Fla. grow? UF maps show optionsA UF study projects about 15 million more people in 50 years, and interactive maps show potential population distribution under various smart-growth scenarios.
Housing shortage eases in some tight marketsIn Miami, Fort Myers and Sarasota, 3Q housing inventory, including new homes, rose 20% year-to-year, Trulia reports. Some see the increase in more "hot" U.S. cities as the first sign of a stabilizing real estate market.