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The State of Housing in the Second Quarter

Rising prices, scant inventory, and waning affordability continued to challenge the housing market in the second quarter, according to a report. Here’s what can be done to tame these headwinds in the second half of the year.

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Millennial Homebuyers Go on a Shopping Spree

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The Census Bureau released its second quarter homeownership and vacancy data, revealing a jump in the homeownership rates among young Americans from last year. What is driving more millennials to the housing market?

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Mortgage Lending: An Innovative Space

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Eric J. Schuppenhauer, President of Home Mortgage at Citizens Bank gives his insights into the cyclical nature of the industry, innovation in a higher rate environment, and why it’s important to be passionate about your work. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the July issue of MReport.

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Aging Baby Boomers and the Housing Market?

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Accounting for 46 million homes, the baby boomer generation is beginning to enter the age when many leave the housing market. Here’s what a Fannie Mae study found on who would take the place of these aging homeowners.

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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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Millennials vs. Credit Scores

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A new report found significant difference in credit scores of millennial homebuyers across the country. Do these swings highlight the millennial perception of needing perfect credit scores to qualify for a mortgage?

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