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Why are Single-Family Rents Surging?

What does the rise in single-family rent prices mean for aspiring homeowners? A report looks at the areas that experienced growth as well as factors that are likely to have an impact on the SFR market.

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A Resurgence of ARMs

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What does the rise of ARMs indicate for the housing market and which areas are experiencing a higher demand for this mortgage product? Here’s what an analysis found.

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Catastrophe in California

Wildfire resiliency

Wildfires continue to ravage California, engulfing acres in flames and destroying homes and lives. Here’s how the industry and government agencies are reaching out to homeowners impacted by this tragedy

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After Hurricane Michael’s Landfall …

hurricane storm surge

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced disaster assistance for homeowners affected by the category 4 storm that hit the Florida coast on Wednesday. Here’s a breakdown of the estimated property damage.

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Why the South is Delinquency Prone

Despite delinquency and foreclosure rates dropping to a 12-year low, a report found that some factors are likely to increase defaults in several Southern states. Click through for a breakdown on delinquency and foreclosure rate performance nationally and in the South.

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Hurricane Michael Estimated to Cause $13.4B in Property Damage

Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday as a category 3 hurricane, and a new report estimates that over 57,000 homes are currently at serious risk. Read here about how this intensifying storm threatens residents not only with deadly winds and flooding, but also significant property damage.

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