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  • PR Newswire® Housing Forecast: Homebuying Costs Aren't Coming Down in 2023

    Amid higher mortgage rates and budgets squeezed by inflation, homebuyers looking for affordability in 2023 will find that prices aren't coming down, according to the® 2023 Housing Forecast released today. Instead, with the housing market beginning a gradual adjustment that could last through 2025, what next year will offer buyers is less competition for a growing number of for-sale homes.

  • PR Newswire® October Rental Report: Rent Growth Hits Slowest Pace in 18 Months

    Renters throughout the country are finally seeing a bit of relief when it comes to the seemingly relentless pace of rent growth. The® October Rental Report shows that nationally rent growth slowed to 4.7% year-over-year, its slowest pace in 18 months, with the median U.S. rent hitting $1,734. Additionally, The Avail, by®, 2022 Fall Landlord and Renter Survey found that while tenants are still struggling with affordability, the majority of landlords are planning increases

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    New® Data Highlights the Impact of Wildfire and Flood Risk on Consumer Behavior and Home Prices

    More than $8.8 trillion in home value is at moderate-to-high risk of wildfire and $6.5 trillion in home value is at moderate-to-high risk of flood damage over the next 30 years, according to data from® and First Street Foundation. As the frequency and intensity of weather events increases, it's not surprising that consumers are taking these issues into account when looking for a home. New research released today by® found that homebuyers generally show a preference for lo