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Breaking Down Mortgage Costs

As anyone who has bought a home knows, a mortgage payment has many different components that pay many different things—and these costs can be easily ignored, looked over, or just flat-out misunderstood by even the savviest buyers.  Fannie Mae has ...

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Is Remote Work the Answer to Affordability?

As home prices rise, affordability decreases for first-time homebuyers. New research shows that a confluence of remote work combined with declining affordability is giving some buyers the ability to relocate in search of more affordable housing.

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Millennial Buyers in a Changing Market

Millennials, now in their late 20s to early 40s, have gotten a bad rap for their views on the housing market. Before the pandemic, this generation was lambasted for living with their parents or perpetually renting but today, data shows ...

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