Inventory has been tight for a long time now, but this spring agents across the country are seeing something different — and more difficult
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 12
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
Initial jobless claims for the week ending March 27 rose to 719,000, a number that surpassed the pre-coronavirus record, just one week after filings hit a pandemic low
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 Mar 30
Recent data from Zumper shows that suburban and rural rents grew 5 to 7 percent more than urban rents over the last year. However, some secondary cities that thrived during the pandemic are now starting to see rent declines
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 29
The new partnership will launch in the summer and give members of the major Colorado multiple listing service easy access to tools for setting up home showings
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 29
Airbnb bookings in the area surrounding Disneyland jumped 73% when the theme park announced its April 30 reopening
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 24
Opinion
Customer acquisition costs for major iBuyers is roughly similar at $3,000-$4,000, which is about 2-4X more than Redfin
by Mike DelPrete Mar 24
February's seasonally adjusted annual rate of 775,000 was down 18.2% from January's revised rate of 948,000
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 23
As of February, 36% of US renters reported being unsatisfied with their current apartment amenities, according to a 3,000-person survey conducted by Apartment Guide
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 23
Opinion
The point is that Zillow and Opendoor are actively losing money to gain market share, and if you're in the real estate industry, concerning yourself with disruptors willing to lose billions is a good use of time
by Mike DelPrete Mar 18
A new study from the Urban Land Institute shows that middle-income households of frontline workers are being impacted most significantly by exacerbated housing shortages as a result of the pandemic
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 16
While short-term rental stays that took place during February were at a record low, new bookings made during the month hit a high, according to short-term rental analytics company AirDNA
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 12
Opendoor’s record-low selling costs dropped from 3% to 2.1%, which is likely the result of Opendoor continuing to push down buyer's agent commissions offered on its houses
by Mike DelPrete Mar 10
Climbing mortgage rates have slowed demand for refinance applications, while purchase applications remain strong moving into spring, according to Mortgage Bankers Association
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 10