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Oct. 21, 2021, 12:00 p.m. EDT

Existing-home sales rise on the month as some buyers are motivated by FOMO

By MarketWatch


The inventory of homes for sale has dropped 13% over the past year, leaving buyers with far fewer options. See full story.

My elderly parents have a mortgage on their home. Can they still leave it to me in their will?

'Both parents still live in it, but one requires a full time caretaker. As far as bank accounts go, they are all set up with joint owners and beneficiaries.' See full story.

This moving-average crossover may be golden for stock market bulls

A short-term moving-average crossover followed closely by some on Wall Street has appeared on the S&P 500 index's chart on Thursday, and could spark increase share repurchase activity See full story.

Here’s what’s in Democrats’ big social-spending bill, as lawmakers seek alternatives to corporate-tax hike

As the party tries to reach agreement, here are key proposed categories for the spending. See full story.

‘Electric profits’: Wall Street analysts race to lift Tesla price targets with Wedbush sitting at $1,100 a share

Not even supply-chain worries can get a Tesla bull down, with analysts on Wall Street peeking under the hood of the electric car makers latest results and still liking most of what they see. See full story.


‘Seven years ago, we bought a house. Both of our names are on the title but only my name is on the mortgage, since I was the only one with good credit.’ See full story.

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