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Inflation, Rates, and the Housing Market

Inflation is on the rise, and according to Riskwire’s latest webcast, this means rates will stay higher for longer. In webcast episode #17, Research Economist Reena Agrawal and Chief Economist Eric Fox explain why home prices are expected to keep rising, albeit modestly. Their forecast predicts a national average increase of 2.9%, but with regional variations. Tune-in now for insightful perspectives.

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Implications of the NAR Commission Settlement on the Housing Market

Don’t miss the latest RiskWire webcast, episode #16, where Reena Agrawal and Eric Fox analyze the National Association of Realtors (NAR) commission settlement’s impact on housing. Explore how it could reform commission structures and affect Automated Valuation Models (AVMs). Gain insights into buyer-agent dynamics, future predictions, and homeowner behaviors. Tune in now for insightful perspectives.

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Will the Housing Lock-In Effect Continue?

Tune in to RiskWire Webcast episode #15, where hosts Reena Agrawal, Research Economist, and Eric Fox, Chief Economist, discuss the housing lock-in effect and its implications for the real estate market. In this episode, the economists review the difficulties of the housing lock-in effect and its connection to inflation and mortgage rates. Gain insights into how homeowners, reluctant to sell amidst rising mortgage rates, contribute to the current landscape of the housing market.

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2024 Update: Does Historical Redlining Influence Today’s AVM Estimates?

Tune in to RiskWire webcast episode #14 featuring Eric Fox, Veros’ Chief Economist, and Reena Agrawal, Research Economist, as they delve into the intricate dynamics between Automated Valuation Models (AVMs) and historical redlining. In this episode, the economists present findings from their 2024 updated research study, “Does historical redlining influence today’s AVM estimates,” which now includes data from five additional metropolitan areas across the United States: Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Birmingham, and Austin.

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Introducing RiskWire.com: A Go-To Source for Housing Market Analysis and Economic Insights

Veros Real Estate Solutions (Veros®) is proud to unveil RiskWire.com, an innovative web platform poised to emerge as the premier destination for timely real estate news, in-depth economic analysis, and valuable perspectives on the ever-evolving landscape of U.S. housing market. Powered by Veros, RiskWire.com is a go-to source for up-to-the-minute insights into key areas such as housing market indicators, the housing market hotness index, economic trends, local market dynamics, forecasts, and transformative technologies.

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2024 Study Update on “Does Historical Redlining Influence Today’s AVM Estimates”

In our ongoing commitment to transparency and equity, Veros Real Estate Solutions (Veros®) is pleased to present the latest update to our research study, “Does historical redlining influence today’s AVM estimates,” authored by Reena Agrawal, Veros’ Research Economist, and Eric Fox, Veros’ Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Analytics.

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