It's no surprise that renters believe leasing a home is more affordable than buying one outright. But increasingly, more homeowners are coming to the same conclusion.
It's almost as if falling mortgage rates are becoming hum-drum, at least for homebuyers.
Mortgage rates have been falling steadily since the last week of April, and that may be reigniting home price appreciation.
A confluence of factors — rising construction costs, restrictive zoning rules and shifting consumer preferences, among others — has already led to a scarcity of affordably priced housing in many big cities. Investors, fueled by Wall Street capital, are snapping up much of what remains.
The nation's homebuilders reported solid confidence in the housing market in June, but levels dropped slightly due to concerns over trade issues, the high costs of construction and the lack of skilled labor.
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Mortgage rates are falling fast but not enough to offset high home prices. Buyers are still pulling back.
For those buying their first home, the single biggest challenge is coming up with needed funds for a down payment, closing costs and cash reserves.