The Quantifiable Inconsistency: Evaluating Our Perceived Researched Value of First-Time Homebuyers In The Market

Rethinking the Value of First-Time Homebuyers in the Market

Housing market analysts have reached the conclusion that first-time homebuyers are not able to keep up with the incline of home prices, which has been consistently rising over the last seven years.

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) latest reports on existing home-sales can be found here. Their reports on the monthly and yearly activity of First Time Homebuyers (FTHB) shows us little change from March of 2019 to March of 2018. The NAR finds that 33% of buyers are made up of by FTHB.

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Avoiding Mortgage Fraud

 

Avoiding Mortgage Fraud

Mortgage fraud is becoming increasingly common. Scam artists often target homeowners struggling to meet their mortgage commitments or anxious to sell their homes.

There is help available when facing financial problems or foreclosure, but make sure you are dealing with a reputable organization before getting involved. To protect your home and home equity and avoid falling victim to fraudulent schemes, recognize and understand the signs of mortgage fraud. Know how to report fraud to state and federal authorities so they can stop scam artists from preying on innocent borrowers. 

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