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Four Direct Ways to Impact Housing Affordability

This year, proposals have begun making their way to Congress aimed at helping ease the tight supply and rising prices that are preventing many—particularly low-income Americans—from finding affordable housing. However, Jenny Schuetz, a David M. Rubenstein Fellow at the Metropolitan ...

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Foreclosure Trends on the Horizon

low income households

Despite historically low levels of foreclosures, are there any indicators suggesting that a reversal is coming? A webinar on Tuesday addressed this question, along with the overall performance of the housing market in the first half of 2018.

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Overvalued Markets Snapshot

Florida

There seems to be no stopping home price and value growth, according to a new report, but how many U.S. markets are currently overvalued? Read on to find out.

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Home Prices Accelerate, But Not Everywhere

San Francisco Home Prices

Despite rising across the country, a report found that the growth in home prices remained widespread registering double-digit gains in some metros and minimal gains in others. Here’s what experts have to say about this trend.

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