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August 5, 2016

Zombie Houses Still Haunt New Jersey Neighbors

A decade after the housing market began its slide into the worst downturn in generations, New Jersey still has about 4,000 homes left empty because of […]
July 20, 2016

Homeownership Obstacles Vary by Ethnicity

While all prospective homebuyers may face challenges to buying a home, the perception of what those obstacles are can take different forms based one’s race or […]
July 14, 2016

Housing Remains Unaffordable in 18% of Markets

Housing markets were less affordable than their historic norms in 18% of counties across the country, according to the Home Affordability Index for the second quarter […]
July 12, 2016

Consumers Have Mixed Views on Housing

Home purchase sentiment has fallen as more people have turned negative on the economy’s outlook, according to data from Fannie Mae.  Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment […]
June 28, 2016

Housing Still Faces Obstacles; Could Be ‘Engine of Growth’

The Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released its 2016 report on The State of the Nation’s Housing. Calling the housing sector “an […]
June 22, 2016

Presidential Candidates Should Focus on Housing

Nearly two-thirds of Americans think that something can be done to address problems related to housing affordability – and they want the presidential candidates to talk […]
June 21, 2016

Longest Time to Break Even on a Home?

It takes nearly 4 years to get to the point where it makes more sense to buy than rent a home in San Diego County, the […]
June 7, 2016

What are Homebuyers’ Biggest Concerns?

Homebuyers are growing more worried about competition from other buyers, but housing affordability remains their top concern, according to a new survey by the real estate […]
June 3, 2016

No Rest for the Weary: More Americans Working Past 65

Almost 20% of Americans 65 and older are now working, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s the highest number […]