Opinion
What consumers appear to need right now is housing, affordable housing, sustainable homeownership and fair housing — not homebuying and selling programs
by Teresa Boardman | May 16
The median home price in the country's metros grew 3.9% year over year, to $254,800, according to NAR
by Patrick Kearns | May 14
Low mortgage rates and a rush of activity this spring could continue to elevate home prices for the remainder of 2019
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 2
A number of top tech companies could go public in 2019, what does it mean for San Francisco's already pricey housing market?
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 13
New research from Clever Real Estate finds millennials are thinking outside the box when it comes to pinching pennies
by Lew Sichelman | Feb 12
Financial journalist Felix Salmon reveals why homeownership is falling amongst all age groups
by Patrick Kearns | Feb 1
Experts believe that appreciation will continue to fall below 5% in 2019, but homes remain unaffordable for many
by Marian McPherson | Jan 29
New reports from Redfin and Zillow show that while gains are slowing across the country, homes are still unaffordable for many
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 24
It rose to 68 in October thanks to strong buyer demand and reduced labor costs, according to a survey from NAHB and Wells Fargo
by Marian McPherson | Oct 16
Cooler heads prevail as real estate professionals say most of their clients are well aware that markets ebb and flow
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 12
New York City clocked in as the least affordable rental market in the US, according to a new study, but it's the Motor City's sky-high cost of living that's truly jaw dropping
by Marian McPherson | Sep 28
Opinion
Agents are working people who suffer along with their neighbors from bad government policy
by Brad Inman | Sep 10
In the most expensive and inventory strapped markets, seniors are already renting at higher rates
by Marian McPherson | Sep 6
The Emerald City ranked first in economic strength and access to quality education and healthcare
by Marian McPherson | Jul 24
In West Virginia, a buyer can get 3,347 square feet for $300K, while in Washington, D.C., a buyer can barely get 600
by Marian McPherson | May 22