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Amazing Tips When Buying a New House

Amazing Tips When Buying a New House

When looking for a new home, the first thing you need to decide is whether to purchase a previously-lived-in house, or a newly-built one. There are pros and cons either way. As for the former, it costs less and is well-suited to people who want to move into their new...

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  • New York City guarantees legal representation to low-income residents facing eviction July 21, 2017
    Over the last several years, New York City has been aggressive in seeking to decrease the number of evictions that happen in the city, going so far as set aside nearly $50 million in 2014 and 2015 to provide legal services for residents facing eviction. Now, the city is taking its fight against evictions to […]
  • First American: Mounting home sales threaten affordability July 21, 2017
    “Existing homeowners fear not being able to find something affordable to buy, and a lack of residential construction workers is increasing the cost of building and slowing the pace of new construction,” First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming said. “The result is a supply and demand imbalance that produces upward pressure on house prices and […]
  • Freddie Mac enters rental market to increase affordability July 21, 2017
    Freddie Mac announced its entrance into the rental market, with plans to provide its first financing within the next 90 days. But unlike Fannie Mae, Freddie’s plan is to provide funding for smaller landlords or even nonprofits in order to support affordable housing.
  • Top 10 cities where low-income housing sees best performance July 21, 2017
    As home prices rise across the U.S., even those who make six-digit salaries are at risk of falling into the low-income category in some cities. A new study shows which cities are best for low-income households, however even in the best city there is not enough public housing to meet even half of the need.
  • Carson says HUD will “reinterpret” Obama fair housing rule after Republicans ask for repeal July 20, 2017
    Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said in an interview this week that HUD will look to “reinterpret” a controversial fair housing rule issued by the Obama administration in 2015. Carson’s statement comes just days after nearly 20 Congressional Republicans asked Carson to repeal the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule entirely.