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U.S. Housing Supply Rises in September

HUD and the Census Bureau reported that single-family home sales fell month-over-month in September, with the nation’s supply of homes for sale rising by 1.1 months to 9.2, above the standard for a balanced market that favors buyers and sellers evenly.

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Homebuying Destination: The Danger Zone?

A new report from Redfin has found that more Americans are building homes in disaster-prone areas, as suburbanization and a shift to the Sun Belt have driven builders into more vulnerable areas.

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One in 20 Americans Live in Inadequate Housing

The latest American Housing Survey conducted by the Census Bureau for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has a disturbing statistic hidden among other larger findings—1 in 20, or 5%, of American homes don’t meet the standard of ...

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Housing Starts Down in May

With residential construction continuing to slow, the Fed’s rate hike of last week and its ripple effect on mortgage rates may push housing starts down for months to come.

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