|June 11, 2012||
Richmond Fed's Survey of Virginia Realtors Examines State's Residential Housing Market
A majority of Virginia Realtors indicated that housing market conditions were slightly or significantly better in the first quarter of 2012, according to a survey released by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
|August 21, 2009||
Richmond Fed's Foreclosure Report Shows Mixed Conditions in West Virginia
A report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond shows that, on the whole, housing and labor market conditions in West Virginia have remained stronger than those in the rest of the nation.
|July 17, 2009||
Mortgage Markets in North Carolina Under Pressure, But Perform Better than Fifth District and National Average
A report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond found that mortgage performance in North Carolina weakened in the first quarter of 2009, but not to the same degree as in other parts of the Fifth District and the nation as a whole.
|July 8, 2009||
Unemployment a Significant Factor in South Carolina Mortgage Performance
A report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond shows that rising unemployment, not house price decline is the most significant factor underlying mortgage foreclosures in South Carolina.
|June 2, 2009||
Maryland and the District of Columbia Mortgage Markets Fare Relatively Well Despite Continuing Housing Challenges
A report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond shows that mortgages in Maryland and the District of Columbia generally have performed better than the national average, despite volatility in house prices and a rising rate of delinquencies and foreclosures.
|May 7, 2009||
Virginia Mortgage Performance Not Great but Better than National Average
A report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond shows that despite pockets of foreclosures and delinquencies, Virginia mortgages overall are performing better than the national average.