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Survey Finds Nearly 40% of Americans Feel Pressure to Relocate

A new survey from LendingTree revealed that in addition to rising mortgage rates and housing costs, approximately 39.79% of respondents cited rent increases as the primary reason why they felt pressured to move, followed by landlords not making repairs and living in unsafe neighborhoods.

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Examining U.S. Towns With the Highest Home Values

According to a new LendingTree study, the nation’s most expensive towns are often found in popular vacation spots; however, such homebuyers may further deplete the already limited housing supply, driving up home prices and making housing difficult to afford for locals.

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1 in 3 Sellers Are Relocating for More Spacious Homes

According to a new Redfin survey, the most common reason home sellers are relocating is the desire for more space, followed by proximity to family and a lower cost of living. Click here to see why sellers are choosing to move despite record-high mortgage rates and an increasing lack of inventory.

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Study Reveals Renters’ Most Desired Locations

RentCafe's August Rental Activity Report revealed Arlington, Virginia was named the most sought-after city by renters for the second consecutive month, while New York City boroughs like the Bronx and Queens trailed closely behind.

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