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Can Renters Afford to Buy a Home?

Can home affordability be measured especially when one is looking at the ability of current renters on becoming homeowners? A study by the Urban Institute attempted to answer ...

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The Hidden Costs of Owning a Home

Housing Inventory

There’s more to the cost of owning the home than mortgage and down payment of a house.  According to a survey by personal finance website, Bankrate.com, The average ...

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Top Real Estate Trends for 2018

In its video series highlighting housing data, the National Association of Realtors says that though home sales will see a slight fall, the economic growth and job gains will continue to fuel the housing market in 2018.

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Multifamily Homeowners: Brace For Impact

Renters are finally setting their sights on homeownership, according to an analysis released on Thursday. In Q1 of 2017, the share of home shoppers who were either non-homeowners or renters rose markedly over years past. Will the trend continue? And what does it mean for lenders and multi-family property investors?

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Millennials: Want to Buy, Forced to Rent

The rate of homeowners in the U.S. has reached a historic low. Many question if the largest living generation, millennials, will purchase homes at similar rates to previous generations. Apartment List’s annual renter survey included input from 24,000 millennials, which they analyzed to better understand millennial homeownership plans.

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