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Where Does America’s Housing Value Stand?

Cities like New York and San Francisco are notoriously expensive, but just how much of the nation's real estate value do they hold? Click through to find out, which cities' combined housing values equal the GDP of a country.

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Negative Equity and Serious Delinquencies Slide

The market is recovering, and delinquencies are poised to drop again after a spike in the first quarter of the year, according to a report. Here's a breakdown of the quarter over quarter performance of delinquencies and foreclosure rates.

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The Week Ahead: Looking at Mortgage Loan Defect Levels

This week, a report on mortgage loan defects will give insights into mortgage loan defect rates over time and showcases market specific comparisons of mortgage loan defect levels. Here's what else is happening in The Week Ahead.

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The West Coast Housing Market Over a Decade

The housing market in the west coast has seen huge price swings since 2008, when most of the region hit a trough after the housing market crash. See where home prices have rebounded the most over the last 10 years.

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Can Consumers Fulfill Their Debt Obligations?

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While consumers expect the access to credit to tighten over the next few months, here’s what a New York Fed survey revealed about consumer expectations on home prices and debt payments.

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Home Prices in Nevada Grow at Break-neck Speed

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A recent analysis found that states in the Western region saw the fastest growth of home prices across the country. Which other states joined the Silver State in home price appreciation gains?

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What’s Keeping Millennial Renters from Owning a Home?

Young Americans are more interested in homeownership than older millennials, yet they’re wary of purchasing a home according to a report. What is causing them to hold back?

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Cities With the Biggest Jumps in Single-Family Rentals

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Several markets hit by the 2008 recession rebounded as rental markets, according to a study. Click through to learn which cities saw the biggest surge in single-family rental properties.

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The Rising Risk of Defaults in Refis

A recent report found that cash out refi loans at a higher risk of default than purchase loans. Click through to learn what’s causing refinance loans to have a higher stressed default rate.

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Is The Financial Benefit of Homeownership Shrinking?

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Homeownership makes more financial sense than renting overall, but the savings are shrinking in the 100 largest metros, according to a report. See what it found on how owning a home compares to renting one.

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