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Young Americans: Green With Housing Envy

A survey from Mphasis Digital Risk shows that a majority of younger Americans routinely go online to check the value of friends’ and neighbors’ home prices, and this act is causing them yet another form of stress.

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Home Investor Sentiment Remains Positive

As the nationwide housing shortage continues, an analysis of data from New Western has found that 80% of surveyed investors are selling homes at or above the asking price after renovating the properties.

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Seeking Balance in Housing Affordability and Climate Change

A new report focusing on the state of Massachusetts has found that the Commonwealth must take measures to curb its housing affordability crisis, while simultaneously counteracting climate change, to create eco-friendly homes without pricing out the next generation of homebuyers.

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Share of Million-Dollar Homes Rising

While relatively uncommon in most of the U.S., the share of million-dollar homes is growing at a moderate pace. A new analysis from LendingTree reveals which metros have the highest share of million-dollar properties.

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