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What’s Holding Back Housing Starts?

The latest data on housing starts released by the Census Bureau was disappointing for many analysts. Here are the factors that experts think are impacting the construction of new homes despite a strong construction labor market and rising builder confidence.

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Credit Scores vs. Lending Rates

credit scoring

Mortgage lending rates for borrowers with great credit got a shade more favorable, according to a report. Here’s how moderate scores impacted mortgage loan borrowers.

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Construction Spending on the Rise

tariff

Latest data from the Census Bureau pointed to an increase in spending on construction, signaling more houses being built. Will this trend sustain given the rising lumber tariffs?

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U.S. Household Debt Approaches New High

Household debt is approaching its 2008 peak and is set to surpass it by the end of the month, according to a study. How are mortgages impacting the total debt of consumers? Click through to learn more.

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Deep Diving Into New Home Sales

New Home Sales

New Home sales are rising but will the growing numbers sustain? Here’s what experts are saying about the factors that can impact new home sales as the industry moves into the peak homebuying season.

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