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Renters Face Higher Credit Requirements

Traditionally, the argument for homeownership over renting had more to do with the long-term financial benefits of owning a home and establishing roots in the community. Renting was easier and cheaper but had few of the added perks that homeowners enjoyed. These days, however, renting doesn't
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Nearly 60% Of Homes Within Reach of Typical Buyer

Not surprisingly, affordability ranks high among home buyers' concerns. Rising prices and rumors of future mortgage rate increases have some prospective buyers questioning whether or not they can handle the financial obligations that come along with homeownership. However, new data from the
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Figuring Out The Best Down Payment Strategy

Coming up with a down payment strategy can be difficult for some buyers – especially first-time home buyers who don't have the benefit of a home to sell. In fact, among first-time home buyers, nearly 60 percent put less than 20 percent down on their house. And while that can be a good
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Rate Drop Shows Buyers Have Other Concerns

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates fell last week for just the second time since September. But, despite lower rates, demand for mortgage applications was unchanged from the week before. In fact, refinance activity – which is
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Housing Sentiment Cools Heading Into Fall

There are many reasons autumn is a good time to buy a house. But, because spring and summer are traditionally seen as the best seasons for home shoppers, the housing market often cools in the months following its busiest season. Evidence of this can be found in Fannie Mae's most recent Home
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Builders Optimistic About 55+ New Home Market

First-time home buyers get a lot of attention, and for good reason. Historically speaking, they make up around 40 percent of all home sales. And though the share has been lower in recent years, the trend among younger buyers is an important indicator for the real estate market and, therefore, gets a
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Early Forecast Sees Housing Gains Next Year

This year's real-estate market has been a mixed bag. On the one hand, demand from home buyers has been strong and an increasing number of renters say they hope to one day own a home. But though there has been strong demand from buyers, there has been a lack of homes available for sale in many
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How Will Homes Change As Americans Grow Older?

Ipsos, an independent market research company, recently gathered a panel of experts to weigh in on the future of housing. From climate concerns to home automation, the panel looked at what changes may be necessary in order for our homes to meet our needs in the future. One of the topics focused on
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Mortgage Rates Rise To Highest Point Since July

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates were up last week, with increases seen across all loan categories, including 30-year fixed-rate loans with both conforming and jumbo balances, loans backed by the Federal Housing Administration,
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Where Do We Move When We Move Out Of State?

The United States is a big country and offers just about every type of climate and lifestyle imaginable. From urban to suburban, beach to mountaintop, there's a lot to choose from if you're someone looking to pack it up and move away from home. But which state you dream of, when you dream of
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