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Mortgage Credit Risk Increased in Q2 2017

Housing Credit Insights Trends Through Q2 2017 The CoreLogic Housing Credit Index is a robust credit index that measures mortgage credit risk using six mortgage credit attributes. The HCI spans more than 15 years, covers all loan products in both the prime and subprime lending segments and includes all 50 states and the District of […]

Orlando Eye developer submits plans for luxury lakefront homes

A well-known #Orlando developer is moving forward with plans to put 13 multimillion-dollar #homes on the last large developable land tract off the Butler Chain of Lakes. Unicorp National Developments Inc. on Sept. 12 filed a preliminary subdivision plan in Orange County to build a 13-lot single-family development on 16.59 acres of The Hubbard Estate. […]

Fall Adult Tennis Programs at the USTA National Campus

Adult Programs Our Adult Programs offer something for all levels of play and experience. Just starting out? Try our Play Tennis Fast or Tennis 101 program. Played before? Tune up your game with our singles and doubles specific training sessions. You’ll practice the best shot selection and patterns of play in a game-based format. Our programs […]

The Battle of the Best Savings Accounts

It’s a well-known fact that interest rates on #savings accounts are incredibly low. In fact, the average savings account is hovering around 0.06%.1 That’s such a far cry from pre-crisis times, it’s shocking. At rates that low one might ask, “Why even have a savings account? Why don’t I just place my hard-earned #money under the mattress?” […]

How Irma will affect real estate market

Like it did to everything else in Northeast Florida, Hurricane Irma dealt a significant impact to the residential real estate market. But, like much else, it will come back, according to real estate professionals who’ve weathered the storms for years. Bill Watson, founder and chairman of Watson Realty Corp., said the local effects of the […]

Florida dealing with Hurricane Irma aftermath

Millions of Floridians are cleaning up the damage wreaked by Hurricane Irma as a Navy aircraft carrier arrives in the Keys, where up to 10,000 people may need to be evacuated. USS Abraham Lincoln reached the Florida Keys on Monday and its helicopters are flying over the region to survey the damage. The Navy has also […]

A key Fed official just admitted the central bank got inflation wrong and so it may delay a hike

Fed unlikely to hike rates this year: Clearnomics’ James Liu  9:11 AM ET Fri, 1 Sept 2017 | 01:32 The Federal Reserve appears ready to accept that its inflation assessments have been wrong, indicating an important shift in how it will approach rate hikes ahead. In a speech Tuesday, Fed Governor Lael Brainard said the long-standing assessment at the central […]

Orlando-area home sales down despite record job growth

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/business/94337272-132.html Home prices and sales in the core Orlando market were down in July from the month before during what is usually the peak summer buying season. The midpoint price for an area that includes mostly Orange and Seminole counties was $220,000 in July, down from $222,500 the prior month, according to a report released […]