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Why Are Homeowners Choosing Not to Sell?

Despite rising equity, a new report has found that more homeowners are choosing to remain in their homes rather than sell and upgrade. Here’s how the average tenure that owners choose to remain in one home has increased over the years.

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The Key to Easing Mortgage Defaults

Here’s what a new research that gauged the impact of mortgage payment and principal reduction revealed about how they impacted defaults and delinquencies and the implications for policies on how financial institutions can help homeowners facing default.

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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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The Housing Choices of Older Americans

As senior-held mortgage debt increases, how are the choices made by older American homeowners likely to impact their home equity and their ability to pay off their mortgage before they retire?

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HUD’s Human Touch

From launching a photo blog that highlights the lives of the people it serves to HUD Secretary Carson visiting areas affected by Hurricane Florence, the agency is reaching out to homeowners across the country.

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Home Maintenance and Hurricanes

A new report reveals a correlation between Hurricane Harvey and the rise of home maintenance and remodeling projects. How did the hurricane impact the market for renovation?

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