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Mortgage demand falls as lending rates remain elevated

Mortgage applications fell 1.4% in the latest week, the Mortgage Bankers Association said. The average rate for a 30-year mortgage is 6.81%.

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‘We had to get flood insurance on one house that will never flood’: Moving to Florida? Read this first.

As hurricane season descends upon the U.S., homeowners take stock of rising flood insurance rates.

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Mortgage rates rise to highest level in six months. ‘Demand is likely to weaken,’ Freddie Mac says.

Mortgage rates jumped as the U.S. economy remains 'buoyant,' Freddie Mac's chief economist said.

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How to accomplish home improvement projects in a shaky economy

Is it a bad time to spend money on home improvements? Here are 5 tips for tackling a remodel in uncertain times.

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U.S. construction spending and hiring still going strong

Construction spending rose 1.2% in February, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.

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State Farm cracks down on California wildfire insurance. What it means for all homeowners.

State Farm joins list of insurance companies shunning new business because of the growing risk of wildfires. Florida has lost insurers, too.

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Mortgage rates surge to the highest level since November 2022

Mortgage applications fell 3.7% in the latest week, the Mortgage Bankers Association said. The average rate for a 30-year mortgage is 6.91%.

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Home prices rise, squeezed by fewer listings, Case-Shiller index finds

Case-Shiller 20-city home-price index was down 1.1% year over year in March.

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Ryan Serhant on real estate: Bedrooms and home offices rank over price per square foot

Ryan Serhant, of "Million Dollar Listing New York," says scant inventory, return of international buyers, and solar are shaping real estate markets.

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One of the most expensive real-estate markets in America just got pricier

"It’s a landlord’s market,' one broker says of New York City.