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Home Sellers Drawing in Buyers With Concessions

As homebuyer demand cools as a result of October mortgage rates hitting their highest level in over two decades, a new Redfin report showed that the share of home sellers offering concessions to attract more buyers is increasing, as some experts say house hunters are "pickier than ever before."

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Fannie Mae Study: Why Homeowners Are Staying Put

Homeowners nationwide are staying put as a historically low supply of existing homes for sale continues to make homeownership more difficult for buyers. New Fannie Mae research examines the factors that are keeping homeowners locked in place and leaving homebuyers in the lurch.

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Residential Remodeling Activity to Get a Reboot Next Year?

While unwarranted repairs remain a hassle for many homeowners, annual spending for improvements and restorations to owner-occupied homes is expected to shift in the coming year, according to a new report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies. Here are the factors in play.

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Home Improvement Projects Gain in Popularity

As mortgage rates remain historically high and the nation’s housing supply low, LendingTree has found that many homeowners are opting to tackle home improvement tasks, with nearly 70% having started or completed various projects over the past year.

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