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Does the U.S. Have the Right Balance in Housing Policy?

Housing / Blog September 22, 2014

Long-term interest rates may be a near record lows, and international markets have done U.S. markets a favor by conspiring to keep U.S. rates even lower as their central banks are behind the Fed in moves, but despite very favorable rate conditions, many American families are still feeling the squeeze when it comes to housing affordability.

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Demographic Realignments: Can Millennials Save the Housing Market?

Housing / Blog September 16, 2014

It is considered by experts to be one of the biggest challenges facing the housing market today. The so-called “Millennials” – the generation following the once-considered-rudderless Generation X – has yet to move into the housing market en masse.

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