Tuesday , 17 September 2019

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Low-Priced Rents Grow

July 2019’s rent growth was propped up by low-end rentals, defined as properties with rents 75% or less of a region’s median rent, according to a new report from CoreLogic. The post Low-Priced Rents Grow appeared first on DSNews.

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Builder Confidence Grows in September

Lingering trade tensions with China have not put a damper on builder confidence according to a new report, but they have impacted other sectors. The post Builder Confidence Grows in September appeared first on theMReport.com.

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Housing’s Imbalanced Environment

According to new data from Fannie Mae, demand for homes is especially high, but limited supply continues to be a concern. The post Housing’s Imbalanced Environment appeared first on theMReport.com.

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Detailing California’s Housing Crisis

California Gov. Gavin Newson has allocated $2 billion toward the state’s housing woes, but rising home costs and lack of availability are impacting daily life. The post Detailing California’s Housing Crisis appeared first on theMReport.com.

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What Weighs on Housing

Consumer spending remains the primary driver of the current economic expansion, including demand for homes, but according to Fannie Mae, the market is imbalanced. The post What Weighs on Housing appeared first on DSNews.

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California Faces Affordability Challenges

As California faces some of the highest poverty rates in the country, find out how new legislation may impact housing affordability in the Golden State. The post California Faces Affordability Challenges appeared first on DSNews.

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