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Triggering Homeownership

A new look at vacancy rates among renters and owners suggests an uptick in wanting to buy. But this push may be making it harder to purchase a home.

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Shifting Powers on Capitol Hill

The Mid-term elections are almost upon us and how America votes next week could determine the course of the housing market. Here’s what can change and what won’t.

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Coming to America

When a stranger sojourn in your lands, sometimes they settle. Find out where in the U.S. foreigners search for a home.

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Revitalizing D.C.’s Neighborhoods

A top bank has pledged to invest in the upliftment of Washington D.C. neighborhoods, even as a retail giant looks at opening up its offices in this region. How will these initiatives impact the housing market in the nation’s capital?

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An Outlook on the Housing Market

Rick Sharga, EVP, Carrington Mortgage Holdings discusses some of the pressing issues facing today's housing market and the trends that are likely to shape it in 2019.

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Hard Times in Bay Area for Low-Income Housing

Recent data points to a paucity of housing for low- and moderate-income residents in the hot Bay Area housing market. How is California’s Housing and Community Development Department planning to address this problem?

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