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Sep
06
2021
Is Competition For Homes Beginning To Wane?
Because the pandemic interrupted last year's spring sales season, this year's was hotly anticipated. It didn't disappoint. Buyers returned to the market in droves. But while home buyers were out in force, home sellers didn't return quite as quickly.  The result was a market...
Sep
02
2021
Improved Supply Pushes Home Sales Higher In June
Sales of previously owned homes increased 1.4 percent in June, according to new numbers from the National Association of Realtors. The month-over-month improvement pushed home sales 22.9 percent higher than they were last year at the same time.  Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief...
Sep
02
2021
Rising Share Of Americans Say They Plan To Buy
Buying a house is not something we do very often. Studies show the average American only buys a home three times in their entire life.  So it'd make sense that the share of Americans planning to buy at any given time would stay fairly consistent and relatively low. But new numbers from...
Sep
02
2021
Rising Equity A Sign Of Healthy Housing Market
When the pandemic began in early 2020, there were fears that it would hurt the housing market and home values. However, those fears were quickly set aside as home buyers returned and prices rose.  In short, the housing market survived relatively unscathed as the coronavirus...
Sep
02
2021
Getting A Mortgage Got Easier In September
For most of us, buying a house means applying for a loan. After all, homes are expensive, so you're probably going to need to finance your purchase. But the standards used to determine the terms of that loan, or whether or not you're approved to borrow at all, aren't fixed.  There are...
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