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The latest data released Tuesday shows that home prices continued their rise across the country over the past 12 months.
Homeowners are staying put, and higher home values also mean they have more cash to take out of their homes.
Why are home sales falling? Because there are crazy few affordable homes for sale.
It’s the price tags of the homes for sale that are the issue.
The average homeowner spends more than $15,000 to sell a property. Here’s what to watch out for.
The largest generation is finally starting to buy houses. The trouble is, there aren’t enough houses for sale to feed their appetite.
After slipping in April, home builder sentiment rose two points in May to the second-highest level since the recession.
The gains are slow and small, but mortgage volume is beginning to improve again, as more homebuyers sign on the dotted line.
“We now have 40,000 customers that don’t actually rent any space from us,” said Marcus Moufarrige, COO of Servcorp.
Markets that command the highest rents do not always offer the highest returns.
Homebuyers finally returned to the mortgage market after two weeks of weakening during the height of the spring housing season.
High prices and tight supply are taking the wind out of home sales, according to a report by the National Association of Realtors.
Demand from homebuyers fell 14 percent in March from February, according to Redfin.
Spring home buyers are pounding the pavement at a furious pace, but the pickings are getting ever slimmer.
House prices in London have slipped by 1.5 percent over the past year, according to Rightmove in the worst annual fall since 2009.