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Diana Olick reports on why some homeowners are keeping their existing property while searching for a new one.
Today’s housing market is so competitive and pricey that more and more homeowners who want to move up are renting their current homes in order to pay for a bigger one.
With demand for lumber on the rise and Canadian imports falling, U.S. producers are trying to expand their businesses.
Diana Olick reports that rising e-commerce sales are creating strong demand for warehouses.
For the average renter buying the median priced home in America, it will take about six and a half years to save for a 20 percent mortgage downpayment.
The supply of homes for sale in the second quarter of 2018, the all-important spring market, rose at three times the rate of the same period last year, according to Trulia, a real estate listing and research company.
Factor in this cost if you’re planning to buy a new home.
Home prices in Washington state rose nearly 4% in the first quarter, the most in the nation, and more than 13% from one year ago. Experts say the market is now vulnerable to rising interest rates and job losses due to tariffs.
Homeowners now have a collective $5.8 trillion in tappable equity, the highest volume ever recorded. Diana Olick reports.
Homeowners are gaining thousands of dollars in available equity to tap, but they are taking out very little. It may be that they don’t know how much they have or that they are generally more conservative following the last housing crash.
Diana Olick takes a look at what could be in store for the housing market for the remainder of 2018.
After catastrophic flooding, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is not just rethinking how to rebuild but reimagining how to live.
Nantucket, the vacationers’ island off Massachusetts, is becoming a hot spot for summer property.
Homes are selling at a record pace this selling season even as mortgage rates rise. But as Diana Olick tells us, there may a be a chill on the way.
Rising housing prices are causing a sharp jump in home equity, making homeowners wealthier. It is also bringing thousands of borrowers up from underwater on their mortgages.