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Why Don’t More Millennials Own Homes?

A new report found that the homeownership rate for millennials was lower than for generations past. While the reasons are many and varied, here’s what the researchers recommended to tackle this challenge.

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Homebuyers’ Remorse?

A new report finds more people are getting pessimistic about what they will pay or have paid for their homes as home payments claim a larger chunk of a household income. Click through to learn what’s worrying consumers the most.

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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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What if There’s Another Housing Crisis?

Whether another housing crisis lies beyond the horizon is yet to be seen, but researchers at the New York Fed set out to answer the question of just how vulnerable the market is if there is a crisis looming ahead.

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Cities With the Most Long-time Homeowners

Despite the changing fortunes of fellow neighbors over the years, many long-time homeowners choose to hold down the fort in their forever home. A study found that more people tend to stay put than others in some cities.

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