Home Prices Are Sky-High in California and New York — But People in Another State Have to Save the Longest to Buy
Soaring mortgage rates amid inflation have kept prospective buyers across the U.S. at bay.
Soaring mortgage rates have priced buyers out of the market, but some experts are saying to buy now and refinance later. Is it really that easy? Here's what to know.
U.S. Mortgage Rates Surge to 7.49%, Posing New Challenges for Homebuyers — But Shopping Around for Rates Could Lead to Thousands in Savings
As mortgage rates continue to rise, so do median home sale prices.
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Millions of U.S. homeowners can't afford to give up their current mortgage rates.
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Only 63% of respondents said they could cover a $400 emergency expense.
Depending on where you live, your monthly mortgage payment can be as low as $1,700 — or as high as $3,600.
Mortgage companies financed about $2.6 billion worth of mortgages per company in 2022, marking a steep decline from $4.9 billion in 2021.
Mortgage applications increased by 3% last week as home prices continue to decline.
New data found that the average American would need to spend 42.9% of their income to afford a median-priced house.
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Mortgage applications are up about 25% from the end of 2022.
For the third week in a row, mortgage interest rates fell, triggering a 7% increase in mortgage applications.
The first things to do when selling or purchasing a home are the same as they would be for any other large purchase: research and planning.
The bank announced it will be significantly shifting its focus and taking a step back from the housing market.
With rising mortgage rates and persistent inflation, millions are worried about a looming recession. But some experts say our attention should be elsewhere.