Millennials Are Buying in the ‘Burbs

Apparently, the nation’s suburbs have become the destinations of choice for Millennial homebuyers.

A report from online real estate firm Zillow finds almost half of millennial homeowners live in the suburbs.

The majority stay in the same city when they buy a home, revealing their home-buying preferences now…

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Overoptimistic Americans

There are more Americans planning on buying a home this year than there are available homes, a new study from Bankrate finds.

According to Bankrate, 59 million American adults (one in four) are considering buying a home this year. This includes about 16 million who are very likely and 20…

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Home Buying “In Sin”

In an earlier and less progressive age unmarried couples were said to be “shacking up” or “living in sin” – but no more. Nowadays, living together as an unmarried couple is so commonplace, so normal, that many of these couples are buying houses.

According to a new study from online real…

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American Homebuyers Struggle to Save for the Down Payment

If homebuyers want to get the best rate on a mortgage, they must first come up with a 20% down payment. A new study finds that this down payment averages 2/3 of a family’s annual income.

According to online real estate firm Zillow, a buyer must scrape together…

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Heat Brings People

As humans, we seek warmth and avoid the cold. Maybe that explains why Florida and Texas cities make the Ten-X list of hottest single-family housing markets.

Ten-X, an online real estate marketplace, released its Top Single-Family Housing Markets Report for Winter, which ranks the nation’s…

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