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Best 2-year CD rates – May 2022
A two-year CD can be a useful financial tool for those looking to secure a higher interest rate on their savings without committing to locking up their money long term. It may also pay a higher rate...

Biden Administration Takes Aim at America’s Housing Shortage
The nation faces a shortage of 5.5 million homes, a gap so large it would take more than a decade to close, even if new-home construction accelerates, according to research from the National...

New-Home Buyers Face Rising Rate Surprises
New-home buyers who signed a contract to purchase their home a year ago, when mortgage rates were 3% or in some cases less, are finding themselves caught off-guard as their homes near completion, as...

Second-Home Demand Shows Signs of Slowing
| Realtor Magazine Internet Explorer does not currently support REALTOR® Magazine search. IE users, please download Firefox, Chrome, or Edge. May 17, 2022 More potential home buyers may be getting...

The Top Commercial Real Estate Markets
| Realtor Magazine Internet Explorer does not currently support REALTOR® Magazine search. IE users, please download Firefox, Chrome, or Edge. May 17, 2022 Florida has five of the hottest...

The final walk-through: Top tips for homebuyers
Buying a home in today’s market can come with an overwhelming sense of pressure. Low inventory is leading some buyers to take unusual steps, like waiving home inspections or inserting escalation...

The Worst State To Live In When It Comes To Your Money
pm EDT|New! Click on the conversation bubble to join the conversation Got it! There are various ways to answer the question “what is the worst state to live in?” depending on what kind of criteria...

How To Switch Your Mortgage Provider
The mortgage that is currently funding your home may not be the best or most suitable deal. Perhaps you could be paying a much cheaper mortgage rate for example, or you want a fixed-rate loan to keep...

Ex-FHFA Chief Calabria warns of Fannie, Freddie risk
Mark Calabria, who oversaw government-controlled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under the Trump administration, is sounding alarm bells about the possibility of another bailout for the...

California lawmakers ask FDIC to cut off high-cost consumer lenders
California lawmakers are asking the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to rein in partnerships between FDIC-supervised banks and consumer lenders they say are evading the state’s interest rate...