Have homebuyers adapted to higher interest rates?

Econ & Housing

When Emily and Jake Cheek started house shopping in Portland, Oregon, last June, interest rates for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged around 5%. In late August, the couple made an offer on a three-bedroom ranch house with a big backyard, was outbid and took a couple weeks off for vacation. “When we got back, our…

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