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3 Signs that Millennials are Not Yet Ready to Save Housing

3 Signs that Millennials are Not Yet Ready to Save Housing


Everyone keeps waiting for Millennials to jump into the housing market and save the…

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5 Important Facts Beyond the Housing Starts Headlines

5 Important Facts Beyond the Housing Starts Headlines


The post-boom construction narrative soldiers on with the release of the latest building data from…

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A Decade of Cash

A Decade of Cash


The last decade as seen the rise of cash sales. Now some believe we’re…

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Builder Confidence Rises to Highest Level in 9 Years

Builder Confidence Rises to Highest Level in 9 Years


Builder confidence has continued its recovery in September, according to new NAHB research. Homebuilders…

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5 Fascinating Findings on How Generation Z Perceives Homeownership

5 Fascinating Findings on How Generation Z Perceives Homeownership


Generation Z, according to new survey results, have interesting views on homeownership. #168830662 /…

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Hesitant Banks Keep Mortgage Originations Low

Hesitant Banks Keep Mortgage Originations Low


Housing experts comment on the industry’s slow recovery, and tight lending and  underwriting standards…

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4 Stats that Explain Why Housing Still Hasn’t Recovered

4 Stats that Explain Why Housing Still Hasn’t Recovered


Housing has been stuck in a rut in 2014, but when you look at…

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6 iPhone 6 iOS Improvements Agents Will Love

6 iPhone 6 iOS Improvements Agents Will Love


New iPhone 6 promises higher functionality for agents who value mobility and efficiency. #171360602…

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4 Ways Housing Has Left the Middle Class Behind

4 Ways Housing Has Left the Middle Class Behind


Housing may be recovering, but it has not done so in a manner that…

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5 Key Details About the FHFA’s Plan to Reform Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac

5 Key Details About the FHFA’s Plan to Reform Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac


The FHFA is soldering on with its own plan to reform Fannie Mae and…

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