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Worst Housing Affordability in 40 Years?

"Home buyers face the most difficult affordability conditions in nearly 40 years due to limited inventory and rising mortgage interest rates," said Jessica Lautz, NAR's Deputy Chief Economist and VP of research. Read on for details from a new NAR study.

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Examining Discrimination, Financial Barriers in the Homebuying Process

Nearly one in six prospective homebuyers across different races and ethnicities reported facing some form of discrimination during the homebuying process, according to the National Association of Realtors. Others cited their primary reasons for stalling their home purchase as waiting for mortgage rates and home prices to decline, alongside a lack of available homes within their budget.

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On the Horizon: Insights From the JCHS

The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University takes a look at a few key datapoints, which give a better picture of how the market is faring as we near the year’s halfway point.

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