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The State of Housing in the Second Quarter

Rising prices, scant inventory, and waning affordability continued to challenge the housing market in the second quarter, according to a report. Here’s what can be done to tame these headwinds in the second half of the year.

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Home Prices and First-Time Buyers

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Home prices, which have been rising steadily are likely to decelerate over the year, according to a report. Will this herald some relief for young first-time homebuyers who have been holding back from entering the market?

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How Policy Can Help Housing Affordability

Calling today’s housing policy proposals only “partial fixes” to the current challenges in the housing market, a policy research suggests four major themes for effective future housing policy.

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Home Values vs. Land Regulations

How high home values rise can also depend upon land regulations of a market, according to a report. Here’s why some cities see a steeper growth in home prices than others despite similar job growth.

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Housing Supply vs. Home Sales

Persistently low inventory is defining this year’s housing market and contributing to slower sales, especially in the western region of the country, a report found. But here’s the silver lining for homeowners and sellers.

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