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Fannie Mae's Doug Duncan, at Wednesday's Annual Conference general session, discussed housing trends, monetary policy, interest rates and factors that shape homeownership decisions of young consumers.
On the scale of big lifetime purchases, it's safe to say mortgage loans rank pretty high.
Today, the best mortgage rates are available to borrowers with credit scores of 720 or higher.
America's major urban centers are seeing some major price hikes in the apartment-rental market.
My colleague Andrea Browne recently bought her first home and shared some great advice in a recent Starting Out column about the process.
Rumor has it that Barack and Michelle Obama are buying a home in Rancho Mirage, CA for $4.5 million.
Many parents who are interested in real estate investing might consider buying a property for their child to live in during college.
Buying your first home will most likely be the largest financial decision and process that a person or family will ever make.
A new analysis from Zillow revealed that many minimum wage earners own homes nationwide, a surprising fact given how low the hourly rate of pay appears to be.
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The Linde's insurance agent warned there could be hoops to jump through before the couple's claims check could be tapped for hail damage repairs.
Women who help other women rise through the ranks are perceived as less warm, and nonwhite managers who help nonwhite people are perceived as less competent, new research finds .
There is new evidence to prove Missouri is considered scarier than Kansas. A real estate search site called Estately looked at the things people worry about when chosing to buy a home.
The land of Hobbits is also one of the most central, characterful rural towns our fair country has to offer ... You might want to join the Aucklanders pretending to be farmers on lifestyle blocks or retiring to newly built villas, as they make up roughly 40 per cent of those buying real estate in Matamata.
First-timers can be eager to jump into home ownership. But real estate experts say they see them committing the same mistakes, time and time again.
Buying a home to live in can always make financial sense, but not for the reasons most of us have been taught.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 03:54 am
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