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Rattled housing market prompts reversal on 2023 forecasts with home prices and rents now expected to fall
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  • Realtor.com has re-examined its prior housing predictions, and now expects a dip in prices and rents.

  • But downgrading the 2023 outlook does not signal a major wave of relief.

  • “Home costs are still going to be higher for buyers

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Journal Club 06-02-23 – Passive Income MD

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Journal Club 04-28-23 – Passive Income MD

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Takeaways from Mayor Indya Kincannon’s plan to ‘lift up all Knoxville residents’

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Tiny drop in home prices as Las Vegas market stabilizes — good news for buyers, Realtors say

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Home prices have stabilized in Las Vegas over the past two months — a big advantage for buyers, according to information released Tuesday morning by Las Vegas Realtors (LVR).

After prices that jumped or plunged as

Want to Know How the Housing Market Is Doing? Follow Mortgage Rates.

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic began nearly three years ago, housing market trends have been driven in part by mortgage rates.

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