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Federal Reserve Holds Rates Steady Moving Into the New Year

For the third meeting in a row, the Federal Open Market Committee chose to hold rates steady based on current market conditions and future predictions. Click through to find out the current interest rate and read a brief history of rate hikes since the pandemic began, as well as commentary from relevant economists and sources.

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Forecast: Finding the Top Housing Markets for 2024

Affordability may make a resurgence in 2024, and markets such as Toledo, Ohio; Oxnard, California; and Rochester, New York are being singled out as potential hot markets. Here are the other markets that are primed to perform next year.

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Fed Holds Nominal Interest Rates Steady

The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee (FOMC) chose to forgo the opportunity to raise the central bank’s nominal interest rate at the conclusion of their October/November meeting, a repeat of the action the committee last took in September.

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Rents Fall for Fifth-Straight Month

Although completed multifamily units drove down rent prices for the fifth month in a row, short vacancy times reveal just how high demand is for these units. Here’s what the landscape looks like according to a new report.

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