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Moving Out or Staying Put

Few homes are permanent, but in some cities, residents may take longer to leave than in others. See where homeowners are moving fastest, and where they are staying on.

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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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While Home Sales Lag, Demand Grows

Sales of existing homes decreased for the third straight month in June, despite strong homebuyer demand. Will the existing-home sales numbers offer an opportunity for homebuilders constructing new homes meet this demand?

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Owning a Home vs. Buying Difficulties

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American homeowners don't seem to like the buying process, a new study finds. Click through to learn which generation of homeowners found the journey from being a homebuyer to an owner most difficult.

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Why Are Existing Home Sales Underperforming?

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There’s a persisting gap between actual existing home sales and their potential in an otherwise robust housing market, according to a report. Here are the factors responsible for the gap and ways to bridge it.

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NeighborWorks America Appoints New President and CEO

NeighborWorks America, recently announced the appointment of Marietta Rodriguez, as President and CEO of NeighborWorks America. Jeffrey Bryson, who served as interim President and CEO for the nonprofit since September 2017, will remain on board until August 17.

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Aging Baby Boomers and the Housing Market?

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Accounting for 46 million homes, the baby boomer generation is beginning to enter the age when many leave the housing market. Here’s what a Fannie Mae study found on who would take the place of these aging homeowners.

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