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    Wells Fargo - Keeping Current 3-22-19

    The Federal Reserve signaled that it is unlikely to raise rates again this year, sharply reversing its outlook from just three months ago. In December, 15 of the 17 members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) projected the target range for the federal funds rate
    would end the year higher than its current 2.25% to 2.50% band. The projections released on Wednesday, March 20, showed that 11 of the 17 members projected that the current range would remain in place throughout 2019. Read More

    Wells Fargo - Keeping Current 3-8-19 

    New home sales rose 3.7% in December to an annualized sales rate of 621,000 units, its strongest pace since May. An estimated 622,000 new homes were sold last year, up from 613,000 in 2017. The median price of new homes sold in December was $318,600, a 7.2% decrease from the $343,300 median price in December 2017. Read more

    Wells Fargo Weekly Keeping Current  2-22-2019

    Existing home sales fell by 1.2% in January, its third consecutive monthly decline. Sales in January were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.94 million units, an 8.5% decline from the sales rate in January 2018. That's the lowest sales rate since November 2015. Read more

     

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    Wells Fargo - Keeping Current 3-22-19

    The Federal Reserve signaled that it is unlikely to raise rates again this year, sharply reversing its outlook from just three months ago. In December, 15 of the 17 members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) projected the target range for the federal funds rate
    would end the year higher than its current 2.25% to 2.50% band. The projections released on Wednesday, March 20, showed that 11 of the 17 members projected that the current range would remain in place throughout 2019. Read More

    Wells Fargo - Keeping Current 3-8-19 

    New home sales rose 3.7% in December to an annualized sales rate of 621,000 units, its strongest pace since May. An estimated 622,000 new homes were sold last year, up from 613,000 in 2017. The median price of new homes sold in December was $318,600, a 7.2% decrease from the $343,300 median price in December 2017. Read more

    Wells Fargo Weekly Keeping Current  2-22-2019

    Existing home sales fell by 1.2% in January, its third consecutive monthly decline. Sales in January were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.94 million units, an 8.5% decline from the sales rate in January 2018. That's the lowest sales rate since November 2015. Read more