Are rising interest rates plaguing you while you wait to build your house?

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chris arnold |
NPR
Friday, June 24, 2022

If you’re putting down a deposit for a home that’s not yet built, NPR wants to hear from you. Many people who are waiting for their homes to be finished are at a dead end. Higher mortgage rates often make these homes much more expensive, if not unaffordable. Some people risk losing the money they put on deposit if they can’t buy the house. If you’re stuck in this situation, or just trying to figure out if you should buy the house with the higher prices, please tell us your story.

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