Down Payment Assistance Programs And Grants: What Are They and How Can I Find Them?
One of the most difficult hurdles to overcome for first-time homebuyers is the down payment. This lump sum of cash is a tangible barrier that prevents many prospective buyers from...
Top 33 Home Remodeling Statistics of 2023
The home remodeling statistics are in. Surveys over the last few years reveal the latest home improvement trends and projects that homeowners took on post-pandemic. We’ve created a list based on general...
In One of the Most Difficult U.S. Housing Markets, How Did Recent First-Time Buyers...
Today’s Homeowner surveyed roughly 3,000 American homeowners to get a better sense of how people who bought homes in the past three years were able to break into the housing market. We asked first-time homebuyers about their experience during the process and any regrets they had.
How to Improve Your Home Without Breaking the Bank
If you’re like most Americans, and can’t fund a home renovation in cash, these are your options.
Where Home Improvement Spending Is Rising Faster Than Incomes
Today's Homeowner compared home improvement spending increases to income changes to determine where homeowners are spending more or less of their income on home improvements.
15 Things to Do After Buying A Home
With today's housing market, turbulent inflation, and record-high mortgage rates, buying a home is a serious endeavor and a major accomplishment. While it might be tempting to decompress, relax in...
The Top 26 U.S. Housing Market Statistics for 2023
Photo by Breno Assis on Unsplash What's going on with housing in 2023? It turns out that trends at the moment are very generational. As a...
House Prices Are Stabilizing, But Availability Remains a National Problem
Today's Homeowner investigated the state of housing inventory across the U.S., identifying the best places for buyer's and seller's as well as where inventory is increasing and decreasing the most.
Reasonable Requests When Purchasing a Home, According to the Experts
Today's Homeowner tapped into our network of industry experts to investigate which homebuying requests are common, most likely to be accepted, and which might kill your next home deal.