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Boomers Are Winning the Housing War

Long-time homeowners who can tap equity gains have an advantage over younger homebuyers who are often bidding for their first home and are unable to include as much cash in their offers.

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How Much Homebuyers Know About Homebuying

A new industry survey reveals where homebuyers feel confident about the process, where they don’t, and even what percent of the surveyed would purchase an allegedly haunted house if the price was right.

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Mortgage Rates Rise to Six-Month High

Eclipsing the 3% mark for the first time since April, fixed-rate mortgages hit 3.05% this week, with inflationary pressure building due to lingering pandemic issues, and a constricting monetary policy.

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Closing Costs Kept in Check

Although the average home price increased by nearly $45,000, closing costs, excluding taxes, have been found to have only increased by $400.

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