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Housing confidence hits record high in Fannie Mae survey for April
The survey's Home Purchase Sentiment Index rose to 91.7, a record high. This figure is calculated based on the net response to several questions in Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey, including whether respondents thought it was a good time to buy or ...
Fannie Mae: Consumers Unaware Of Looser Mortgage GuidelinesGrowella (blog)

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This is the moment people suddenly realized they weren't 'poor' anymore
... a better selection and lower prices, low-income shoppers will also go to a supermarket farther away, even if they don't have a car and must rely on public transportation or walking, a 2015 National Household Food Acquisition and Purchase Survey found.


Surging Prices, Rates Test Demand in US Housing Market
Fear of missing out may persuade Americans with an eye on buying a home to hurry their decision before it gets more expensive. But while demand shows few signs of teetering, jumps in both property values and borrowing costs will test the market's ...
More homeowners think now is the best time to sell, but that doesn't mean they're listing homesThe Real Deal

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Survey asks why young people stay in, leave New Hampshire
Work and weather were commonly cited as reasons, though respondents also raised concerns about housing, jobs, cultural opportunities and opportunities to meet people. Highlighting what he called "the saddest slide" during his presentation, Stewart said ...

Growella (blog)

Mortgage Lenders Ignore The "28/36 Debt-To-Income Rule" - Growella
Growella (blog)
Ellie Mae's most recent Origination Insight Report shows today's home buyers getting mortgage-approved despite higher-than-average debt-to-income ratios; ...

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Lenders: Income Verification Needs for "Gig" Economy
Mortgage News Daily
Late last year Fannie Mae included questions in one of its National Housing Surveys about working in the "gig" economy. About a fifth of respondents claimed ...

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Slate Magazine

The Seattle Area Is Solving One of Housing's Biggest Challenges
Slate Magazine
Since federal public housing assistance was first created in 1939 amid the Great Depression, public housing advocates have struggled with how to move low-income families to higher-opportunity neighborhoods, typically defined as neighborhoods with less ...


4 Million Homes Needed To Solve 'Epic' Crisis, Startling Research Finds
HuffPost UK
The research looked at Office for National Statistics (ONS) population figures and the English Housing Survey as well as other reports to arrive at the four million estimate. The research, conducted by Heriot-Watt University, also estimates that to ...
"Epic scale" of the housing crisis - how many homes we really need right nowMirror.co.uk
'Epic' housing crisis means England short of four million homes, study claimsAOL UK
'Epic scale' of the housing crisis in England leaves the country short ...Daily Mail
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National Real Estate Investor

California Turns to Homeowners to Fix a Crisis: Virginia Postrel
National Real Estate Investor
(Bloomberg Opinion)—Policies to address California's housing crisis have to take into account two stubborn facts: Homeowners are much less likely than renters to want to see more housing. And three-quarters of the state's voters are homeowners.

Brookings Institution

Unpacking the “housing shortage” puzzle
Brookings Institution
The underlying data comes from the biennial American Housing Survey, jointly managed by HUD and the Census Bureau. ... Non-metropolitan areas saw substantially more gains from mobile homes and less new construction than the national average.

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