Home Mortgage Delinquencies Remain Very Low
The healthy economy is overall supporting low mortgage delinquencies and foreclosure inventories.
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Fall in Kentucky
Kentucky has a brilliant fall foliage season. Here are a few favorite ways you can marvel in the vibrant hues of fall in Kentucky.
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Consumers' House Buying Power Under Pressure
Consumers are still in a strong position to purchase a home but are getting squeezed on just how much home they can afford.
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Household Home Equity nears $15 Trillion (sorry renters you missed out)
Home equity levels have been rising at a rapid rate each year since hovering around the $6 trillion mark in 2011.
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Top Tips For Purchasing Luxury Property
From a scenic lake view estate to a mountain view mansion get away, there's a plethera of choices in high-end homes.  Consider these tips before buying your dream home.
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Could more Homes hit the Market?
The biggest issue with the housing market over the past couple of years is that it has been heavily slanted towards a "sellers' market. Is the market starting to turn?
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Top Reasons to Move to Kentucky Now
Our Old Kentucky Home, the Bluegrass State, the Bourbon Capital of the World. Here in Kentucky, we are known for our love of horses and bourbon and caring a little too much about college basketball. Kentucky natives know that they wouldn't want to be living anywhere else.
 
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Household Wealth Hits a New Record High
Homeowners’ real estate holdings minus the change in mortgage debt rose by $320.1 billion (a positive number means that the value of real estate is growing at a faster pace than household mortgage debt). 
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What to do with all of those leftover shipping containers?
Shipping containers didn't exist in 1950. Today, roughly seventeen million travel the world on ships, trains, and trucks. While re-purposing these containers has been commonplace in smaller "tiny home" communities, it appears that living in containers has just entered the main stream with multifamily units.
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Homebuyers are Stretching the Most in these Cities
A well-known rule of thumb says that the home price should not exceed three times the buyer’s annual income. When a mortgage is used to buy a house, the ratio of amount borrowed to income is the extent to which a borrower is leveraged. In this study, we compared leverage ratios across cities to see where borrowers are stretching the most to purchase a home.
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Commuting Time a Consideration in Housing
A person's commuting time is a growing consideration as people are focusing more on their quality of life.
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Student Loan Debt a Hurdle to Buying a Home
With millions of college students returning to campus this month, student debt and their housing options after graduation are in focus.
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Fannie Mae Upgrades Economic Outlook
Breakneck headline growth in the second quarter disguised a detail largely responsible for the latest upward revision to our full-year growth forecast
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Where are the Millennial-led Households?
Affordability is the big issue, with the high costs of living, escalating rental rates and rising home prices — factors that impact people of all ages, but might seem especially daunting to younger generations with typically fewer resources and lower salaries.
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Strict Land Use = Higher Values
Home values in the most restrictive metropolitan areas grew an average of 23.4 percent, more than double the home value appreciation in the least restrictive metros (9.4 percent) and about one third faster than metros in the middle (17.9 percent). 
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