homeownership Archive

State of Housing in Swing States

Popular votes and their importance are debatable. The winners-take-all electoral votes in the swing states will determine who will be the next President of the United States. Many have already decided for whom to vote, but for some still...

Potential Buyers Want to Own, but Many Can’t Afford to

Positivity about owning a home is still high. In the latest HOME Survey, released earlier this month, 87 percent of people surveyed want to own a home in the future and 88 percent believe homeownership is a good financial...

Home Buying and Homeownership in High-Income Areas

By: Danielle Hale, Managing Director, Housing Research;  Hua Zhong, Data Analyst, and Nadia Evangelou, Research Economist In some parts of the United States, a $100,000 income would suffice to rank you among the area’s elites; in other parts of the country,...

Asian Homeownership and Asians in Real Estate

May is the Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, so in a series of blogs, we look at some demographic and real estate data regarding the Asian population.[1] In this first blog, we look at the size of the Asian population...

Federal Reserve Board Economists Present “On the Effect of Student Debt on Access to Homeownership” at a REALTOR® University Speaker Series

The rising level of student debt and the relatively high default rates for student loans have raised concerns about the impact on future homeownership among student borrowers. In a presentation at a REALTOR® University Speaker Series held recently, Federal...