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Homeownership: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

It seems surprising that high-income Americans, those who make $100,000 or more annually, would have any regrets. However, most Americans experience some type of real estate remorse. See the most common reasons for real estate woes . . .

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Can’t Stop It Now

As summer heats up, so is the housing market. According to the most recent Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI), more and more Americans feel it is ...

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Are Non-QM Loans the New Subprime?

Many have feared the recent growing popularity in nonqualified mortgage loans could indicate another crisis is on the horizon, but are these worries warranted? New research released Thursday looks at the link between non-QM and subprime loans. Are they similar enough to spell another crash? Thursday’’s report has some interesting findings.

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Prices are Up, But So is Affordability

Home prices may be up across the nation—and setting record highs, at that—but affordability is actually up at the moment. What’s causing this increase in homebuying power? An Index released today may have the answers we’re looking for.

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Is the Bubble About to Burst?

For the fifth month in a row, home prices have set a national record—and with high demand and strapped inventory, that trend’s likely here to stay. But does it mean another crash is on the horizon? Analysis released today may have the answer.

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What Can Lenders Do to Stand Out?

As refinance activity declines and housing prices keep rising, lenders are clamoring to attract what few purchase buyers are still out there. But they’ll need to up their game in order to stand out from the pack. What’s the best way to do that? A new report released on Monday has the answer.

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Lenders are Loosening Up … But Why?

Lenders are continuing to loosen up their credit standards—and they have been for some time, according to a new survey from Fannie Mae. But what’s causing this easing and how long will it go on? The GSE may have the answer.

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The Price of Living in America’s Top Neighborhoods

According to new analysis, it costs significantly more to live in the country’s most popular neighborhoods—which are scattered across the West Coast and Southern U.S. But exactly how much more do homes run in these areas? The numbers might surprise you.

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Freddie Mac Getting Fat

Freddie Mac’s getting fat, again. Just how much, however, pales in comparison to a few months prior. So just how well is the GSE doing? The answer’s in the numbers.

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Could the Market Be Cooling Off?

It seems the nation’s white-hot seller’s market may be starting to cool off—at least if a recent analysis is accurate. San Francisco, New York City, Miami, and other major cities are all showing subtle signs of slowing down, but does it spell the end of the seller’s market? And more importantly, will it become a nationwide trend? Only time will tell.

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