Finance of America Mortgage Helps Address the Nation’s Affordable Housing Crisis with Launch of ADU Refinancing Option
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The changing landscape caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with a new freedom to work from home, has led to some speculation that people will migrate en masse from cities to less expensive and less dense towns.
But are people really leaving big cities for smaller towns? A new study from LendingTree compared migration data from 2019 and 2020 to find out.
Specifically, LendingTree looked at the share of homeowners who lived in one of the nation’s 50 largest cities and moved to a new home i...
For many home sellers, the most anxiety-inducing part of the home-selling process is trying to simultaneously sell their current place while buying their next dream home.
That’s according to findings from a new survey commissioned by LendingTree, which also found that sellers are planning to spend an average of more than $10,000 on repairs and upgrades to sell their home.
The No. 1 stressor for nearly one-third (29%) of home sellers is buying and selling a home at the same time.
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