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The Worst Home Markets for Millennials

Millennials want to own homes. They just happen to be living through one of the toughest homebuyer's markets. And five cities, in particular, are tough for young buyers to crack. Which are these cities?

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How Many Homeowners Plan on Remaining in Their Homes?

With widespread housing inventory shortages hitting many American metros, one contributing factor cited by some experts is that more homeowners are simply choosing to stay put in their current homes, for a variety of reasons. Now a new survey is ...

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Amazon HQ2: Which Markets Would Feel the Most Impact?

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Where will Amazon's second headquarters finally land? It's one of the biggest business questions in years, and it has generated many other questions. One of them is, which cities would see the feel the biggest impact on the local housing ...

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The Long-Term Impact of Redlining on Home Prices

As the nation is celebrating the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s signing of the Fair Housing Act, Zillow Research has taken a look at the impact of the sort of policies the Fair Housing Act was intended to ...

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Location, Location, Location: Best Cities for Real Estate Agents

In real estate sales, location is everything, not just for buyers, but for agents as well. We examine the best cities for real estate agents are, and how theese agents can remain competitive in a shifting world.

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Is Homeownership Becoming Less Stressful?

Homeownership is less stressful than ever. Homeowners are feeling the effects of lower costs of ownership and the sense of accomplishment of owning a home, despite the stress that always come along with homeownership.

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Why Aren’t More People Selling Their Homes?

Inventory shortages have become one of the defining trends of the housing market in recent months. Demand for homes is skyrocketing, but lack of sufficient supply is driving high home prices ever higher, forcing some homeowners to stay in their ...

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West, Southwest Lead Sales of New Single-family Homes

A rising demand from younger homebuyers spurred the sales of new homes in the West and Southwest according to Census Bureau data. But which region didn’t fare so well?

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