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Owners Of Smaller Homes Seeing The Biggest Gains

Smaller, affordable homes are in high demand these days. With a growing number of first-time home buyers entering the market and a lower-than-normal number of entry-level homes available for sale, there is a lot of competition for good, affordable homes among younger buyers. Because of this, owners
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Conditions Are Ripe For Spring Home Buyers

As the spring home buying season approaches, there are many moving parts analysts and experts look at to determine how home buyers and sellers might fare. Economic growth, the job market, interest rates, home prices, buyer demand, and inventory are just some of the factors that will determine how
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Builders Expect New Home Sales To Grow

If anyone knows the new home market, it's builders. After all, their business depends on demand for newly built homes. That's why the National Association of Home Builders surveys them monthly to gauge their perception of the market today and over the next six months. According to their most
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Bedroom Communities Top List Of Safest Cities

A “bedroom community” refers to a suburb outside a major metropolis where the majority of residents commute to the city for work. These town have a number of characteristics that identify them but, according to new research from NeighborhoodScout, they are also known for safety. In fact,
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55+ Homeowners Account For 67% Of Home Equity

Equity is among the main arguments in favor of homeownership. After all, as you pay your mortgage each month, you are, in essence, putting away money that you will be able to draw from should you ever sell your house or take out a home equity loan. In short, homeownership can act as a type of forced
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Single Home Buyers Face Added Challenges

Without the benefit of two incomes, single home buyers face some added challenges when looking to buy a house. For one, it takes longer to save for a down payment. In fact, according to a new analysis, married or partnered couples can save a 20 percent down payment on the typical home in less than
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Mortgage Demand Up Despite Rising Rates

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates rose again last week. In fact, increases were seen on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with both conforming and jumbo balances, loans backed by the Federal Housing Administration, and 15-year loans.
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Buyer Basics: What Matters Most To Men Vs. Women

If you're buying a house – rather than having one built to your specifications – you're going to have to compromise. You're probably not going to find everything on your wish list in one house, and certainly not in a home that also just happens to be perfectly in your price
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Demand Rising Among Older Home Buyers

Though there is usually a lot of focus on first-time and younger home buyers, they aren't the only Americans looking to make a move. In fact, according to the National Association of Home Builders' 55+ Housing Market Index, older Americans are increasingly interested in buying a home and
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Home Sellers Realize Highest Return Since 2007

Naturally, as home prices have increased, so too has the amount of profit homeowners see when they sell their home. Now, according to new numbers from ATTOM Data Solutions, homeowner profits have reached their highest point in more than 10 years. In fact, according to their Q4 2017 U.S. Home Sales
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