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More Americans now believe it would be easy for them to get a mortgage, according to Fannie Mae's January 2014 National Housing Survey results. Consumer attitudes regarding the ease of getting a mortgage climbed 2 percentage points to an all-time
The median U.S. home price in 2011 rose from 2009, but the median prices for newer homes shrank over the same period, the U.S...The median home price in the 2011 American Housing Survey came to $110,000, up 2.3 percent from 2009, when the median
The huge increase highlights the struggle young people face as they try to get a foothold on the housing ladder. According to the Government's English Housing Survey, 32.3 per cent of first-time buyers were aged 35 and over between 2008 and 2011. Of
Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Those who rent pay out over twice as much of their income on their accommodation than homeowners spend on a mortgage, new figures reveal, a financial penalty for a generation unable to buy a home, say charities .
Results from the English Housing Survey show the private rented sector is booming as more would-be buyers find themselves unable to obtain mortgages. There were 3.4 million households living in privately rented homes in 2010, up from 2.4 million in
Almost three-quarters (74 percent) of current homeowners in the New Orleans area say their homes were damaged by Hurricane Katrina, according to data released today by the U.S...Of these, more than four in 10 reported their homes had suffered major
Times may be tough, but American life is pretty easy compared with how most of the world's people live...About 60 percent of Chicago area households are in homes they own, about 1 percentage point above the nation's average. Also, across the country,