Home equity, mortgage rates, and rent are all on the rise : The Indicator from Planet Money With rising interest rates, this economy has got us scratching our heads. To rent, or not to rent? To borrow money, or not to borrow? To qualify for a mortgage...or maybe not. Maybe our three indicators on the housing market will give clues.
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The housing shakeup

The housing shakeup

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As interest rates rise, it seems like all the numbers are pointing north. Home prices are going up, and with that, home equity. Mortgage rates are ballooning. Rent is increasing.

Today, three indicators on what's in store for the housing market in this time of economic change.

Hey, we're off for Juneteenth but The Indicator will be back on Tuesday!

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