The older neighborhood has long been a more affordable alternative to other trendier parts of the city, but that may soon change as home prices and rents are rising
by Lillian Dickerson Today 2:00 A.M.
The various pieces of adjacent services are being built, but they still need to be assembled in a credible way that reinvents the transaction at a meaningful scale
by Mike DelPrete May 7
Opinion
After promises to promote social justice, the housing industry doubled down on exclusion, and pocket listings remain a problem. The Redfin CEO shares his ideas on what the industry should do about it
by Glenn Kelman May 3
Opinion
Attempting to directly compete with market-leading real estate portals is an incredibly difficult proposition — with success unlikely
by Mike DelPrete Apr 29
Opinion
Looking for a little clarity on the news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives into recent housing data releases and predicts how the market will fare
by Matthew Gardner Apr 27
New single-family home sales catapulted 20.7% to a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.02M in March, according to the US Census Bureau, a high not seen since 2006
Existing-home sales fell 3.7% in March, but the median sales price rose 17.2% to a historic high of $329,100, according to the National Association of Realtors
The business model is undoubtedly here to stay, but not without its recovery challenges
by Mike DelPrete Apr 21
Residential housing starts rose 19.4 percent from February to March, according to a new report from the US Census Bureau
Nationwide builder sentiment rose by 1 point to 83 in April, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index
Today's extremes won't last forever, but there's no silver bullet to end the crisis, and it's likely shortages in some form will drag on for years
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 15
Opinion
A deeper look at their rapid rise reveals a trio of insightful growth stories — which may very well shape the future of America’s real estate landscape
by Mike DelPrete Apr 7
The industry saw a healthy increase in jobs in March, following a tougher month of 4,500 job losses. The US as a whole also saw its greatest number of job gains since August
The median listing price for US homes hit $370,000 in March, according to a new report. That's higher than it has ever been in the past
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 1
Redfin is about to get a new second-in-command, all the while continuing its efforts to be consumers' preferred one-stop real estate shop
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 1
At least 15 of the offers on the suburban fixer upper were made sight unseen. The situation highlights the brutally competitive housing market buyers are facing across the U.S.
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 30