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Fannie Checks in With Homeowners

Consumer sentiment on the housing market edged up this month according to a Fannie Mae report, but while homeowner confidence remains at an all-time high, these factors impacted buyer sentiments.

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The Inventory Barrier

Low inventory continues to price potential buyers out of the market. However, despite a year-over-year low in contract signings, many are still trying to buy.

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Pinpointing the Hottest Housing Markets

The latest ProTeck Housing Market Report shows West Coast markets booming, which should come as no surprise. However, the only East Coast metro to make the list might not be what you’d expect. According to ProTeck’s report, the Portland-South Portland, ...

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Assessing the State of the Market

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Is the foreclosure crisis finally over? While many numbers point to a decline in delinquencies, the market might need to brace for a slight increase by early 2020 according to a report on the state of the U.S. housing market.

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The Reality of Home Prices vs. Home Sales

Home prices in February hit a four-year high, capping a 72-month run in which median home values rose nationally, according to a report by Redfin. But just because the prices went up does not mean sales went up. In fact, ...

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Availability Over Location: Housing Market Shifts Focus

Buying a house in 2018 has become steadily more intricate with consistent declines in availability and continued price increases, according to an analysis by Realtor.com that identified a shift in buyer activity. The report analyzed thousands of views to Realtor.com’s ...

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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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West Remains the Most Expensive Region to Buy a Home

Home prices continued their upward climb over the last 12 months, ending 2017 with a growth of 6.3 percent according to the December 2017 data on the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index that was released by S&P Global on Tuesday. ...

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