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Immigration & Its Impact on the Housing Market




Immigration and Its Impact on the Housing Market | Keeping Current Matters

There are many hot topics right now and immigration is definitely one of them. Whether we agree or disagree on what is going on at this moment, the history of immigration starting around 1600 shows us the United States has been a country that always received immigrants. Several organizations have done research on the impact immigrants can have on housing demand.

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Don’t Get Caught in the ‘Renter’s Trap’




Don’t Get Caught in the ‘Renter’s Trap’ | Keeping Current Matters

In a recent press release, Zillow stated that the affordability of the nation’s rental inventory is currently much worse than affordability of the country’s home sale inventory.

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A ‘Soft’ Housing Market? We Beg to Differ!




A ‘Soft’ Housing Market? We Beg to Differ! | Keeping Current Matters

There are some pundits lamenting the softness of the 2014 housing market. We can’t understand why. Though it is true that the early part of the year disappointed because of a myriad of reasons (ex. weather, lack of inventory, less distressed sales), the recent housing news is extremely encouraging.

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Still a Great Time to Buy a Home…but HURRY!!




Still a Great Time to Buy a Home…but HURRY!! | Keeping Current Matters

Kevin Kelly, Chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), recently explained that:

“With interest rates near historically low levels and strengthening job growth, now continues to be a great opportunity to buy a home.”

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With Interest Rates and Home Prices on the rise, do you know the true Cost of Waiting?




With Interest Rates and Home Prices on the rise, do you know the true Cost of Waiting? | Keeping Current Matters

At Keeping Current Matters, we have often broken down the opportunity that exists now for Millennials who are willing and able to purchase a home NOW... Here are a couple other ways to look at the cost of waiting.

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