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Existing-home sales reached record highs in June, according to data from the National Association of Realtors.
Homebuilders are becoming increasingly optimistic about their prospects as the economy and housing market improve.
Improved job prospects, low interest rates and a low supply of housing mean that home prices are showing healthy gains.
Down payments are shrinking as first-time homebuyers return.
National Fair Housing Alliance alleges that Fannie Mae takes better care of foreclosed properties in white neighborhoods than in minority neighborhoods.
Even though sales of existing homes slowed down in April, there are other signs that point to continued strength in the housing market.
Knowing your credit score before you start shopping for a house could make you feel more confident about the homebuying process.
Sales of existing homes dropped off 3.3 percent in April.
The homeownership rate for the first quarter of 2015 fell to 63.7 percent.