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U.S. CITIES WHERE HOME PRICES ARE FALLING FAST

U.S. CITIES WHERE HOME PRICES ARE FALLING FAST

Given rising mortgage rates that spiked to their highest levels since the 2008 housing crisis and fears of a recession, the real estate market has been preparing for a slowdown. Many experts are cautioning sellers to say goodbye to the pandemic...

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BIDDING WARS ARE COMING FOR RENTERS

BIDDING WARS ARE COMING FOR RENTERS

When Donna Jones and her husband looked to rent a home in Northern Virginia in February, they often received the same response: Sorry, but someone else offered to pay more rent. “We didn’t even know you could do that,” Ms. Jones said. ...

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HOME SELLERS DROP PRICES IN PANDEMIC HOT SPOTS

HOME SELLERS DROP PRICES IN PANDEMIC HOT SPOTS

Home sellers across the country — including those in formerly scorching hot pandemic-fueled markets — have had to adjust expectations and drop prices as home buyers lose purchase power to rising mortgage rates. More than 40% of home sellers...

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DEMAND FOR SECOND HOMES TAKES A SHARP DOWNTURN

DEMAND FOR SECOND HOMES TAKES A SHARP DOWNTURN

Sky-high prices, loan-fee increases and financial-market weakness are putting a dent in demand for vacation homes, which soared during the pandemic. There’s still more demand for second homes than there was before the pandemic. Demand for...

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WILL HOUSING INVENTORY FINALLY INCREASE THIS YEAR?

WILL HOUSING INVENTORY FINALLY INCREASE THIS YEAR?

Survey data suggests some relief is on the horizon for Americans grappling with one of the worst housing shortages of all-time. Almost two-thirds (64%) of prospective 2022 sellers anticipate listing a home within the next six months and with hi...

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WILL RISING  MORTGAGE RATES CAUSE HOME PRICES TO FALL

WILL RISING MORTGAGE RATES CAUSE HOME PRICES TO FALL

Buying a home just became a lot more expensive—and it’s expected to only get worse in the coming months. Mortgage interest rates surged to their highest point since March 2020—the earliest days of the coronavirus pandemic—indicating ...

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