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414,000 Home Sales Lost in 2014 to Student Debt

414,000 Home Sales Lost in 2014 to Student Debt


Some analysts have argued that the impact of student loans is overblown, but new…

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NAR: Investors Clear the Way for First-Time Buyers

NAR: Investors Clear the Way for First-Time Buyers


NAR’s August existing-home sales report reveals declines – the good kind. #160993332 / gettyimages.com…

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Why Single-Family Home Construction May Still Be Too High

Why Single-Family Home Construction May Still Be Too High


We keep hearing how depressed single-family construction is and that we need more new…

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3 Reasons Why Tight Lending Standards are Not the Problem with Housing

3 Reasons Why Tight Lending Standards are Not the Problem with Housing


Tight lending is blamed constantly for housing’s slow recovery, but there’s actually much more…

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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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