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In this article CTRN The cost of borrowing is getting more expensive for American households. With Wednesday’s 0.75-percentage-point interest rate hike, the Federal Reserve has raised benchmark short-term borrowing rates 225 basis points, or 2.25%, since March in an effort to curb unrelenting inflation. The federal funds rate, which is set by the U.S. central bank, is
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Calling all enthusiasts of European and modern design: this extensively remodeled, transitional home in Portland, Oregon, features a combination of contemporary flair, traditional elements and exquisite details. Built in 1982, the 7,700-square-foot home also benefits from its location in the Dunthorpe suburb, one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the area. Throughout the years, the
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Americans want to know: Is this a recession or not? Officially, the National Bureau of Economic Research defines recession as “a significant decline in economic activity that is spread across the economy and lasts more than a few months.” In fact, the latest quarterly gross domestic product report, which tracks the overall health of the economy, showed
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The Federal Reserve raised the target federal funds rate by another 0.75 percentage points at the end of its two-day meeting Wednesday, in an effort to curb unrelenting inflation. Fed officials have already raised benchmark short-term borrowing rates 1.5 percentage points this year, including June’s 75-basis point increase, which marked the largest increase in nearly three decades. The
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In 2021, 6.9 million homes were bought and sold in the U.S., according to Statista. Real estate transactions are highly administrative and technology makes them more efficient. The PropTech industry—real estate technology—is expected to grow from $18.2 billion in 2022 to $86.5 billion in 2032, according to Future Market Insights. Consumers want better home buying-and-selling
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To keep up with the surging cost of living, consumers are spending more and saving less — and rising interest rates aren’t helping the matter. Next week, the Federal Reserve likely will raise rates by another three-quarters of a percentage point, although some on Wall Street still think it could opt for a full percentage point increase. 
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The Covid-19 pandemic caused chaos in the U.S. housing market, with prices skyrocketing, inventories dwindling and intense bidding wars. Then came record inflation, which drove the price of everything higher. The U.S. Federal Reserve, though, is waging an intense fight against rising prices, using interest rates as its primary weapon. A side effect of raising
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The colonial Mexico city of Dolores Hidalgo holds special significance in its history as the birthplace of its national independence from Spain. Today, the small yet vibrant setting in north-central Mexico is a cultural delight with winding cobblestone streets lined with shops and vendor stalls offering beautiful Talavera pottery, a heritage style that originated during
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Former President Donald Trump Jonathan Ernst | Reuters A former special New York prosecutor who quit a criminal investigation of ex-President Donald Trump after his boss declined to lodge charges at the time said that if Trump “had been Joe Blow from Kokomo, we would have indicted without a big debate.” “I believe that Donald
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Doom, gloom, fear and uncertainty have darkened the bright landscape of domestic real estate. Rising mortgage rates and inflation have dampened the enthusiasm of would-be homebuyers and narrowed the outlook of once-confident sellers. But experienced real estate professionals in Manhattan and coastal Orange County, California, predict healthy real estate markets, especially at the high end.
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Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images The pain in the mortgage market is only getting worse as higher interest rates and inflation hammer American consumers. Mortgage demand fell more than 6% last week compared with the previous week, hitting the lowest level since 2000, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index. Applications
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