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Existing Home Sales Spring Back

After two consecutive months of decline, existing-home sales rebounded in February rising 3 percent, according to the existing-home sales report released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) ...

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Buyers are out There . . .

According to a recent report, housing demand dwindled in October, not due to a lack of interest in the market, but a short supply of properties for customers to put offers on.

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Sign On the Dotted Line

The same amount of people are looking at homes, so why is the percentage of submitted contracts going down? See why in the Video Spotlight.

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Five Barriers Keeping Buyers out of the Market

Local job markets have improved and mortgage rates are at a historic low, however U.S. homeownership rates are stagnant at a 50-year low. The main barriers experts are seeing, according to a recent report, are post-foreclosure stress disorder, mortgage availability, the growing burden of student loan debt, single-family housing affordability, and single-family housing supply shortages. Industry professionals explain what needs to be done in order for this to change.

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