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First-time home buyer
Who will benefit from the reduced cost of FHA loans?
The Biden administration is lowering rates on the mortgage insurance people have to pay when they take out a loan backed by the Federal Housing Administration.
Condo prices won't ease as city life makes a comeback
City life is making a comeback and there aren't enough condos out there
Home prices climbing in "family-friendly" areas
A Zillow analysis found that an increasing number of millennials with young children are looking to buy.
First-time homebuyers found a tough housing market this year
The National Association of Realtors estimates about a million potential first-time buyers have been left on the sidelines because of rising home prices and other factors.
Overcoming fear as a first-time homebuyer
“It’s been very empowering for me, even though it has been very difficult,” says Ko Bragg, a journalist based in New Orleans.
How young homebuyers pull it off
Despite common narratives, 20- and 30-somethings are just as interested and hopeful about homeownership as everyone else.
Myths around homebuying: the dreaded 20 percent and millennial apathy
Don’t give up on that dream of a white picket fence just yet.
A move toward three bedrooms and two baths
Half of all millennial buyers are purchasing single-family homes in the suburbs.
Existing home sales on the rise
More first-time buyers leaped into the housing market in May, Realtors say.
More housing starts don't mean more first-time buyers
What’s driving the increase in housing start? Not first-time home buyers.