The Fed made its move in raising short-term interest rates. So what’s next?
December 15, 2016
Millennials are finding they may be able to jump into homeownership sooner if they’re willing to purchase a home that requires some TLC and can be fixed up over time.
The Federal Reserve made its move Wednesday in raising short-term interest rates, and now those in real estate are waiting for what happens next. Realtor.com®’s chief economist weighs in.
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With a national housing shortage of about 8.3 million units, inventory is likely to be tight for several more years. NAR’s chief economist weighs in on the inventory challenges.
Interest rates are inching up and credit can still be hard to get but there is one bright spot for households hoping to buy a home soon: they can get a larger loan now.
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