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From Too Loose to Too Tight: Mortgage Market ‘Normal’ Again | Florida Realtors The mortgage lending industry contributed to the real estate bubble of the mid 2000s by greatly loosening the standards when prices where too high, and then to the market crash by greatly reducing lending after the crash, when prices were very low and it was a fantastic and safe opportunity to buy. Let's hope they have learned from their mistakes.
Posted by Eduardo Brandt at Monday, August 26, 2019
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Fla.’s Closed and Pending Home Sales, Median Prices Up in July | Florida Realtors Statewide existing single-family sales up 10.4% year-over-year, median price up 5.1% to $268K; condo sales up 4.3%, median price up 4.4% to $188K.