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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.
- Today’s housing market is different than it was in 2008.
- Lending standards have tightened, foreclosures have declined, home inventory is much lower, and homeowners have far more equity.
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 ongoing high inflation pushing up everyday costs, some people are worried that'll create a flood of foreclosures. Here's why that's unlikely.
You’ve likely seen headlines about the number of foreclosures climbing in today’s housing market.
If you’re thinking of making a move, one of the biggest questions you have right now is probably: what’s happening with home prices?
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.
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.
When you read about the housing market in the news, you might see something about a recent decision made by the Federal Reserve (the Fed).
You might remember the housing crash in 2008, even if you didn't own a home at the time.
Spring has arrived, and that means more and more people are getting their homes ready to sell.
Throughout Women’s History Month, we reflect on the impact women have in our lives, and that includes impact on the housing market.