Last year, some housing experts projected a decline in home prices by the end of 2023. But that didn’t happen – inventory was just too low.
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You’ve likely seen headlines about the number of foreclosures climbing in today’s housing market.
Wondering if it makes sense to buy a home today even when inflation is high? When other costs go up due to inflation, buying a home helps you keep your monthly housing expense steady.
If you’re looking to buy a home, you should know even a small change in mortgage rates has an impact on your purchasing power.
With ongoing high inflation pushing up everyday costs, some people are worried that'll create a flood of foreclosures. Here's why that's unlikely.
If you've been following the news recently, you might have seen articles about an increase in foreclosures and bankruptcies.
If you’re worried about a coming recession, you’re not alone.
If you've been keeping up with the news lately, you've probably come across headlines talking about the increase in foreclosures in today’s housing market.
With the rapid shift that’s happened in the housing market this year, some people are raising concerns that we’re destined for a repeat of the crash we saw in 2008. But in truth, there are many key differences between what’s happening today and the bubble in the early 2000s.
If you’re a homeowner, odds are your equity has grown significantly over the last few years.
The rising cost of just about everything from groceries to gas right now is leading to speculation that more people won’t be able to afford their mortgage payments.