Jacksonsville Housing Market Depends on Jobs

(Jacksonville, FL – Feb. 3, 2010) “Jacksonville is being affected by the same problems as other U.S. and Florida economies: rising unemployment, foreclosures and a weak consumer. While Jacksonville’s job market is slightly stronger than most of the other large economies of Florida, its housing market depends more on job ...

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Slight Improvement in Naples-Fort Myers Housing Market

(West Palm Beach, FL – Feb. 2, 2010) Metrostudy’s fourth-quarter survey of new-home construction showed a slight improvement in market conditions in Collier and Lee counties, as inventories of new homes fell slightly, and the pace of move-ins once again exceeded the pace of new starts, said Bradley F. Hunter, ...

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Demand for Single-Family New Homes May Outpace Supply

(San Francisco, CA – Jan. 26, 2010) The supply of finished new single-family detached homes in the Bay Area market continues to dwindle. Overall new-home inventory totaled 4,355 units for the nine-county region at the end of the fourth quarter of 2009, a 6.2-month supply. However, of this total, only ...

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01/06/10: Real Estate, Development and Construction Lending Summit

Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010 9  a.m. – noon Salt Palace Convention Center Room 255, Section B-F 100 South West Temple 3 C.E. credits pending approval (real estate, mortgage, appraisal) RSVP Link Event Agenda Welcome: Governor Gary R. Herbert State of Utah’s Lending Environment: Ed Leary, Utah Commissioner of Financial Institutions ...

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