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Market Data + Trends

As Home Sales Slow, New Listings Are Falling

Active inventory growth is at a standstill as fewer sellers opt to list their properties in the midst of a fast-paced housing correction

Affordability

Buying a House Is About to Get a Lot More Expensive

A large share of homebuyers will soon be priced out by higher mortgage rates as the Fed continues to target the housing market in its race to tame inflation

New-Home Sales

Prospective Buyers Say They’re Willing to Purchase Homes Even in a Recession—Here’s Why

Even in the throes of an economic recession, prospective buyers aren't willing to put off home purchases, especially as sellers drop their asking prices in overheated markets

Market Data + Trends

On the Cusp of a Recession, Housing Costs Are Soaring

Experts warn that the U.S. housing market could be moving full steam ahead into a recession after years of record growth. Here's what that means for homebuyers

Build to Rent

To Buy or Not to Buy? Recession Fears Push Sellers and Builders Into Rental Market

As homebuyer demand wavers amid record-high housing costs, sellers and builders are investing in a red-hot rental market

Financing

Market Activity Slows as Mortgage Rates Reach New High

The 30-year fixed mortgage rate climbed to a new high during Labor Day weekend, causing both buyers and sellers to step back from home sales

Market Data + Trends

The Fall Housing Market Could Benefit Both Buyers and Sellers—Here’s Why

Sellers and buyers are both poised to benefit from a rebalancing market as competition wanes and prices stabilize

Market Data + Trends

Mortgage Rates Have Nearly Doubled in the Last Year—Here’s What That Means for Homebuyers

Mortgage rates may be on the rise, but after two years of heated competition and record price gains, home sales are slowing and sellers are beginning to drop their asking prices

New-Home Sales

Over Half of All New Homeowners Have Regrets About Their Home Purchases

Americans rushed into home purchases throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but two years later, nearly three in four new homeowners have regrets

Economics

What Distinguishes Today’s Housing Slump From the 2008 Collapse?

With much less financial risk-taking and an increase in equity wealth, today's buyers and homeowners are much more prepared to handle a housing downturn than they were in 2008

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