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Home Buying: Is It a Buyer’s or a Seller’s Market (Video)


When it comes to home buying, is it a buyer’s or a seller’s market? We hit the streets to see what the average American thinks. Do you agree with their responses? Let us know in the comments section.

Assessing the current real estate market in the locations you are considering is a crucial step in anyone’s home-buying process. Download Personal Capital’s First-Time Home Buyer’s Guide to learn more about this, and:

  • What else to consider when buying a home
  • The finances of home buying
  • How buying a home affects your portfolio
  • The tax implications of home ownership

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