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Is Homeownership Living Up to Its Potential?

A new study that reviewed how lifestyle, societal, and economic trends influenced the likelihood of owning a home found that much of the country’s overall homeownership potential depended on millennials. Here’s why.

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Investment and Vacation Homebuyers

When it comes to buying a home, there are also those who look at purchasing property for investment or as a holiday home. Here’s what a report found on how these buyers make the most of their real estate investments.

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Home Price Pessimism on the Rise?

In a seller's market, ‘buyer's remorse’ is increasing as both homeowners and buyers worry about the sustainability of home prices, a study found. But which housing markets are feeling this the most?

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Loan Mods and Liquidation Decline

Loan modifications and liquidation continued to decline in the first quarter of 2018, according to a housing finance snapshot giving a breakdown of how defaults and delinquencies have performed. Here are some other findings of this report.

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Is the Housing Market Over-leveraged?

Noting a strong correlation between housing leverage and serious delinquency, researchers at the New York Fed answer the question of whether homeowners are currently over-leveraged and how likely they are to default if home prices begin to slide.

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Fed Insight: A Snapshot of U.S. Housing

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A recent report from the Federal Reserve examines the overall health of the U.S. economy and provides insights into consumer sentiment and trends when it comes to housing. Click through to read the details.

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