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Divided Decade

10 years after the housing crisis, thousands of zombie homes are still stuck in foreclosure limbo

by Marielle Segarra Jun 13, 2018
Home values in much of the country have recovered, and in many places it's a seller's market. So long as there isn't a zombie on your block.
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As developers eye valuable mobile park home land, some residents have found a way to fight back

by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch May 4, 2018
Mobile homes are one of the last vestiges of affordable home ownership in the Seattle area, but mobile homeowners are being pushed out by skyrocketing real estate values.
Next-door neighbors and Duvall Riverside Village homeowners Stephanie Rosevear (L) and Danelle Knapp (R) return home from a walk.
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National homeowernship rises, but not in some major cities

by Renata Sago Jan 31, 2018
While new data show the rate of homeowners has risen around the nation — the highest jump since 2004 — that boost hasn’t been felt in cities where the market is particularly tight.  Click the audio player above to hear the full…
Graduating into the Economy

The do's and don'ts of saving money

by Molly Wood and Paulina Velasco Jun 9, 2017
Also, how can you plan for your dream home?
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Will increase in home sales continue into 2017?

by Annie Baxter Dec 21, 2016
Rising mortgage rates may have pushed some buyers last month to close home deals but economists don't expect that to be a big thing in 2017
An Open House sign directs prospective buyers to property for sale in Monterey Park, California. 
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The Fed, your mortgage, and you

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 20, 2016
Do home buyers need to follow the Fed?
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen speaks at a news conference back in June in Washington, D.C.
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Renting becomes a lifestyle for the long haul

by Reema Khrais Aug 17, 2016
Falling homeownership rates could give way to a permanent renter class
The rising cost of home prices may be creating a permanent renter class.
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Invest in Marketplace today

Ask not what Marketplace can do for you, but what you can do for Marketplace.

Foreclosures down from 2015, but persistent in certain states

by Lewis Wallace Jul 14, 2016
The mortgage crisis has a long tail in many communities, but is invisible in others.
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Single women’s homes are worth less than men’s

by Lewis Wallace May 26, 2016
What’s more is it’s a gap that widens over time.
There's a disparity between the values of single men's and single women's homes, according to a new analysis from the firm RealtyTrac.
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Housing market is one upbeat note right now

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 25, 2015
The stock market meltdown could help drive down mortgage rates, economist says.