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Financing

The Effect of Mortgage Rates on Homeowners' Selling Intentions

Maybe 5% wasn't so magical after all. How much are mortgage rate fluctuations actually affecting homeowners' intentions to sell?

 

Financing

Mortgage Rates Fall to Lowest Level Since May 2023

The downward trend in rates is expected to continue in 2024, with Fannie Mae anticipating they will decline to under 6% by the end of the year

Financing

What Mortgage Rate Would Really Motivate Homebuyers?

Expert opinion varies as to how low mortgage rates need to go before more buyers jump back into the market and get home sales moving again

Affordability

$28M Awarded for Affordable Housing in Five US States

The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas' annual subsidy funds new affordable housing and upgrades to existing affordable housing stock

Affordability

How Do You Get a 3% Mortgage Rate? Startup Roam Has a Plan 

The real estate portal exclusively showcases homes currently for sale with loans eligible to be assumable—often at much lower rates than today's mortgages

Financing

Mortgage Rates Continue Third Week of Downward Trend

Thanks to the continued drop in mortgage rates, mortgage applications are up, reaching their highest weekly pace in five weeks

Financing

The Fed Hits Pause on Rate Hikes, but Borrowing Costs Remain High

The Federal Reserve is expected to pause rate hikes, but buyers will continue to feel the sting of elevated borrowing costs for months to come

Financing

What's It Take to Qualify for a Mortgage in the Largest US Metros?

The minimum income needed to qualify for a typical mortgage on a median-priced home has risen higher than ever

Financing

How Much Does It Cost to Afford a Home in the Most Expensive US Cities?

Buyers now need more income to purchase a home, particularly in these metros

Financing

Mortgage Delinquencies Up in September, Foreclosures Dip

While reporting shows an increase in early-stage delinquencies and seriously overdue loans, active foreclosures saw a decline

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