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Homeownership Gets a Boost from Young Americans

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The homeownership rate ticked up slightly from last year, prompted by a jump in millennial owners, according to a Census Bureau survey. Here are some of the factors that are driving more buyers from this generation to purchase a house.

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The Consumers vs. Home Prices

The latest Consumer Expectations survey released by the Federal Reserve of New York has found that household expectations about income earnings and spending growth remain robust. But what are consumers saying about home price changes?

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The Evolution of Housing Wealth

What are the shifts in the distribution of housing wealth and how has it evolved after the Great Recession? A research by the New York Fed found some compelling answers.

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Collaborating for a Sustainable Housing Industry

It’s been a decade since the housing crisis of 2008. As the present administration looks at rolling back some of the more stringent regulations that were introduced during that time to protect homes and homeowners, the regulatory framework is also ...

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Hispanic Homeownership Increased in 2017

Homeownership in the Hispanic population increased for the third consecutive year according to a joint report by The Hispanic Wealth Project, and the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP). The report analyzes Hispanic labor force participation rate, household ...

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