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Million-Dollar Metros: California Cities Top List

According to new research from LendingTree, home prices have risen significantly over the past two years, and paying $1 million or more for a house seems excessive as well as unattainable to most Americans. However, just because million-dollar homes aren’t ...

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Homeowners Would Rather Renovate Than Sell

Still hot as ever, the housing market is continuing to find new highs in 2022 but consumers now overwhelmingly agree that the time is right to mold the space around you versus putting it on the market and finding another ...

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Home Insurance Premiums Rise in 30 States

As inflation grips the country, the price of everything has been going up and home insurance is no exception.  According to QuoteWizard, an online insurance marketplace and subsidiary of LendingTree, rates have increased at least 34% in some areas of ...

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Adding Up: Rising Rates’ Financial Impact

Mortgage rates have surpassed 5% lately, due in large part to increases to the federal interest rate by the Federal Reserve who in addition to raising the rate twice this year, is expected to have further increases for the foreseeable future. ...

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16M U.S. Homes Remain Vacant Amid Housing Shortage

Although the housing market is still heating up, more than 16 million homes throughout the U.S. are sitting vacant, according to a new report from LendingTree. This poses the question, if so many homes are vacant, why are housing prices ...

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Is Selling Your Home for Bitcoin a Wise Move?

The housing market’s unfettered rise over the last year has been nothing but historic as homeowners have now realized over $2.9 trillion in equity gains—but this rise has been overshadowed by an asset that has only existed since 2009: Bitcoin.  Bitcoin, a universal ...

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