Homesnap predicts homebuying demand will remain hot and inventory will continue to decline in 2021 — unless sellers can be enticed to enter the market
by Lillian Dickerson Today 1:09 P.M.
Rent for a single-family home grew by 2.5% in September, the largest increase since March
CoreLogic reported a 2.9% rise in mortgage delinquencies in August compared to last year
In August, rent prices rose 2.1% across the US, the first time prices rose more than 2% since the start of the pandemic
By looking at factors such as payment-to-income ratios, a new report from SmartAsset finds that smaller cities within driving distance of a major urban center fare the best overall
Paris and Toronto are among the cities most at risk of experiencing an imminent housing market crash, according to a new UBS Group report released Wednesday
The National Association of Realtors' Pending Home Sales Index skyrocketed 8.8% year over year in August
But the gains are not expected to last as effects of the coronavirus pandemic begin to show on the housing market, according to a new CoreLogic report released Monday
Renters were much more likely than homeowners to struggle with monthly payments, according to a new Mortgage Bankers Association report
Two million more college-age Americans are living with their parents or grandparents instead of renting, according to new data from Zillow released Thursday
'Strong builder confidence and heavy buyer traffic point to further production gains in the near term,' said Chuck Fowke, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders
Rent prices grew by 1.4% in June, down from 2.9% growth last year
Historically low mortgage rates continue to draw in first-time buyers even amid the difficulties wrought by the pandemic
Sales of new single-family homes rose 13.8% year over year, according to data from the US Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development Development
'Single-family rent growth slowed abruptly in May as the nation felt the full impact of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic,' says CoreLogic's Molly Boesel
Nationwide delinquency rates were at 6.1% in April, signaling a troubling trend ahead