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Why Are Home Sellers Wary of Trading Up?

Home values

Home purchase sentiment has reached a plateau, according to a Fannie Mae report with buyers and sellers both citing one particular factor that’s making them rethink their decision to purchase or sell a home.

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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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10 Metros With the Greatest ROI for Homeowners

A study found that the annualized return on home sales in the nation’s 100 largest metros ranges from 2 percent to 14 percent. Here’s a look at the metros that top the list. Hint: Homeowners in the Northeast stand to gain the most.

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Has Homebuyer Demand Plateaued?


Tight supply and rising prices continue to weigh on the minds of homebuyers, according to the latest Fannie Mae report on home purchase sentiment. Here are the detailed findings.

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Where are Homes Selling for Millions?

Some lucky home sellers have made a serious killing at the closing table since the turn of the century. Just how many? That’s the million-dollar question … and one a data provider set out to answer.

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Seller ROI Hits Highest Point Since 2007

Home seller ROI has hit an all-time high as of Q1 2017. The average seller now makes a 24 percent return on their original purchase investment, amounting to about $44,000 per sale. This is the highest point for seller ROI since 2007.

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