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A Question of Housing Affordability

A new study gives insights into what has changed for the housing market since the Great Recession and the way forward. But will affordability remain a thorn in the path to growth?

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Trends in Homeowner Equity

home prices

Find out how homeowners have seen their equity increase, or decrease, in the beginning of 2019, and see which cities were the least "equity challenged."

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Home Equity Soars, But How High?

home equity

A new report explores equity gains among U.S. homeowners between the first quarters of 2017 and 2018. How do all those numbers break down, and what does it mean for the housing market?

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How Widespread Is Negative Equity?

During the height of the housing crisis, approximately 30 percent of homeowners were in negative equity, owing more than what their homes were worth. A decade later, how have those numbers changed? Click through to read a recent report providing new insights into underwater mortgages.

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Slow Down Ahead

Though the share of underwater borrowers has fallen for 20 straight quarters, data released today begs an interesting question. Could the days of decline be coming to a close?

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