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Where Are Homebuyers Headed?

While some areas are seeing an influx of new residents and potential buyers, others are not so lucky. See where people are moving to, and where they're moving out.

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San Diego Needs a Lot More Housing Than Planned

With housing shortages plaguing markets around the country, there’s no surprise that San Diego is similarly afflicted. As it turns out, however, “America’s Finest City” is going to need to start rolling out a lot more housing than planned in ...

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Builder Confidence on Firm Foundations

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The latest installment of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) shows builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes mostly staying strong. However, there are concerns on the horizon that could continue to ...

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Will Housing Become Less Affordable?

Affordability may be strong for now in the housing market, but how much longer will that last? Maybe not too much longer, according to one analysis.

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Some Markets Go from Hardest Hit to Healthiest

Eight years has made all the difference in several single-family housing markets that were affected most by the recession. Many of these markets now rank among the healthiest, one analysis reported.

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Housing Market Has Room to Run in the New Year

The year 2016 was the best for home sales in a decade by many counts. But 2017 may turn out somewhat differently due to some recent changes in the market.

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Housing Demand Picks Up Steam

Demand for single-family housing has surged its highest level in three years, having picked up momentum after Labor Day.

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