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Tag Archives: Renters

Parental Opportunities

Here’s why the offspring of homeowner parents, are more likely to own a property than those of renters.

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Triggering Homeownership

A new look at vacancy rates among renters and owners suggests an uptick in wanting to buy. But this push may be making it harder to purchase a home.

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Why Homeownership Rates Lag in LGBT Communities

A research by Freddie Mac has revealed a number of factors that are causing a lesser number of people from the LGBT community to own a home compared to the general population. What are these factors?

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Is Homeownership Losing Out to Renting?


A new report shows a steady trend of depleting homeownership over a 10-year period. And that current market conditions are not making the trend especially reversible. Here’s why.

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Renters vs. Buyers—Who Creates More Wealth?


A new report highlights potential financial incentives to renting that some might not have considered. What does this mean for homebuyers and real estate investors?

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The Evolution of Housing Wealth

What are the shifts in the distribution of housing wealth and how has it evolved after the Great Recession? A research by the New York Fed found some compelling answers.

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