All buyers want to live comfortably, whether they're feeling cramped in a current home or are looking for more space in their investment.
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After some success, firms are trying out cheaper offerings in markets across the nation.
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Take advantage of low interest rates while you still can.
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A Zillow economist shares thoughts on hot markets, Millennial homebuying, and new house trends.
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Analysts won’t quite call it a bubble.
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Lenders are more stringent on minimally acceptable credit scores.
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Fed officials say they intend to raise rates gradually, if economic growth continues.
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In certain parts of the country, a 15-year plan makes more sense than a 30-year mortgage.
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Expect easier credit and for first-time buyers to make up a bigger part of the market.
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Three profiles of recent hires prove that standout recruits can come from surprising places.
People aged 65 to 74 are expected to be the third-largest home-buying group in 2016.