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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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Rents Accelerate in Major Metro Areas

Many of the U.S. metros are experiencing faster-rising rents this spring, even though the pace has slowed down in some of the priciest markets, a report found. Where are rents rising the most?

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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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