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  • Alan Bermudez
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    Owning a home is a financial goal for many Americans. For those who live in the most expensive real estate markets, like the New York City area, the D.C. area, the Boston area and pretty much the entire states of California and Hawaii, that goal may appear hopelessly out of reach. Median housing prices in these regions

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  • Alan Bermudez
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    Buying a home can be nervewracking, especially if you’re a first-time home buyer. Not only is it probably the biggest purchase of your life, but the process is complicated and fraught with unfamiliar lingo and surprise expenses. To make the first-time home buying journey a little less stressful, 25 tips to help you navigate the

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  • Alan Bermudez
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    Aspiring home buyers and sellers have become keenly aware that home prices are rising—reaching record heights in many parts of the U.S. But despite all the headlines and the bidding wars, the recovery from the housing bust hasn’t been felt equally in all parts of the country. It turns out that even with the national housing shortage

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    So you’re ready to take the leap from renter to homeowner — but where exactly do you start? Many first-time homebuyers across the country are facing brutally competitive markets that favor sellers. That means buyers need to bring their A game to snag a pad of their own. Especially if you’re a newbie. Check your

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  • Alan Bermudez
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    Buyers might want to sit down for this: Homes flew off the market like the hottest of hotcakes in the first quarter of the year—causing prices to rise even higher than predicted in many parts of the nation. The median price of existing single-family homes hit $232,100 in the first quarter of the year, according to

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  • Alan Bermudez
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    The price of owning a brand-new home is falling. But although buyers are desperate for whatever homes they can afford, new-home sales were actually down in April, because there were fewer of them on the market—a number far short of meeting the demand by home buyers. Prospective homeowners scooped up just 569,000 brand-new homes April—a 11.4% drop

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