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Homebuyer Demand Surging After Taking a Break Around the Election

CNBC’s Diana Olick is reporting that fueled by record-low interest rates, homebuyer demand is surging after taking a slight break around election-time. In particular she cites the latest mortgage application data from the Mortgage Bankers Association showing purchase applications were up 4% this week and 26% annually. Continue reading HERE...

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