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Why Homeowners Won’t Move

"Homebodies" are becoming more and more common as less homeowners sell their current homes. An economist gives insights on the factors contributing to this trend.

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Homeowners and Rising Interest Rates

From restricting refinance activity, to managing debt, rising rates are likely to affect the housing market in many ways. Experts weigh in on what homeowners can do to mitigate the challenges of this environment.

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Negative Equity Falls Across the U.S.

A new study has found that homeowners with negative equity, those who owe more on their mortgage than the value of their home, are decreasing. Here’s how rising home equity can support additional consumption spending and home improvement expenditures.

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Minority Neighborhoods Gain Equity

According to a recent report, minority neighborhoods saw some of the largest gains in home equity, coming from the lowest levels of home equity. How are other groups stacking up?

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Staying Afloat

Overall, the number of underwater borrowers is down in the U.S., but a report released today reveals something interesting: those remaining underwater mortgages are largely concentrated in certain price tiers and geographic areas. What three cities claim the most?

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