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Consumers Express Increasing Housing Market Frustrations

New findings from Fannie Mae’s HSPI revealed consumers are increasingly expressing “pessimism toward the larger economy this month, in addition to their ongoing frustration with the housing market,” said Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae Senior VP and Chief Economist.

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Midwest Markets Gaining More Popularity

Potential homebuyers are looking at areas with affordable home prices and lowered housing costs, according to a new WSJ/Realtor.com report, which showed the Midwest is emerging as a new option for home shoppers despite facing low inventory and a quick market pace.

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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 Prices Up in Nearly Three-Quarters of the U.S.

As home seller profits continue to rise, profit margins on typical home sales also increased nationwide, while the median U.S. home price surged to a new all-time high in Q3, according to ATTOM's 2023 U.S. Home Sales Report. Read the latest to find out why “any predictions of an extended market fallback may have been premature.”

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