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Low Credit Scores Add Up

A “fair” credit score between 640 and 679 could cost a borrower around $720 a year in extra mortgage payments than a borrower with an “excellent” score, according to a new Zillow study. Zillow analyzed Annual Percentage Rate (APR) terms ...

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NYC Property Investment Revisited

At the height of the financial crisis in 2008, there were some people who bought or invested in condos in New York City, believing those investments would pay off in the long run. It turns out, they were right, according ...

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Housing Market Health Indicators

As the twin trends of rising home prices and low inventory continue in many U.S. markets, the latest CoreLogic Market Health Indicator finds that most studied markets are still healthy or have relatively low risk. However, 12 of the 100 ...

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Where Home Sales Zipped the Most in Q1

A new report looking at the hottest zip codes in the U.S. finds the West is by far where sales are happening fastest. But there's more to it than that. Click through to learn more ...

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Energy Efficiency vs. Home Affordability

The California Energy Commission recently introduced a regulation making it mandatory for all new homes to have solar panels, starting 2020. How will this regulation affect home affordability in one of the most expensive housing markets in the country?

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Which Region Has the Best Return on Rental Investment?

With rising home prices and insufficient inventory hampering homebuyers in markets across the country, investment opportunities within the rental space are abundant. But which metros are the best places to invest? HouseCanary’s Canary Rental Index (CRI) for Q1 2018 shines ...

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