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Digitalization and the Need for a National Zoning Atlas

Efforts to use this digitized data for urban development must also keep in mind how this sort of data has been used historically. A new post from David Luberoff, Deputy Director of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, dives into the concept.

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Housing Premiums, Home Prices Tick Up From July

Housing premiums have risen in seven of the top 10 hottest housing markets in the country amid concerns that the real estate market is taking off again after years of record price growth, according to July data from the Florida Atlantic University's Top 100 U.S. Housing Markets report.

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The Week Ahead: What Lies on the Horizon in Q4?

The third installment of 2023 of WFG’s “Quarterly Economic Outlook,” featuring WFG Chairman and Founder Patrick Stone along with Dr. Bill Conerly, will review Q3 and look ahead to what’s expected in the housing space for the remainder of 2023.

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Q2 Housing Affordability Down Across Large U.S. Metros

Even the most affordable metro areas analyzed in NerdWallet's latest Q2 housing activity report experienced price increases that decreased overall affordability, as rising home prices and high interest rates continue to make the homebuying process even more difficult for potential first-time buyers.

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Mortgage Rates Top 7% for Fourth Straight Week

“The housing market appears to be stuck heading into autumn, with sales activity likely to stay stagnant until housing inventory increases, and mortgage rates decline to more affordable levels,” said MBA President and CEO Bob Broeksmit. Click through to read more on this week's mortgage rates.

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