The Brexit deal, the negotiations with China and a new president of the European Central Bank are all good news
by Lou Barnes | Oct 18
The credit reporting firm said this week that the average score has now hit 706, marking a dramatic turnaround from a decade ago when average scores bottomed out
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 11
Housing won't be to blame, and the recession won't be anything like 2008 for the industry, according to Mark Chin
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 23
'Housing is not repeating the bubble period of 2000-2006,' says chairman of the Index Committee
by Caroline Feeney | Jul 25
Data from realtor.com indicate that interest in buying a home overseas has dropped among UK residents
by Amber Taufen | Apr 14
Decline in German and British activity on realtor.com maps to depreciating pound
by Teke Wiggin | Sep 30
REBNY says commercial and residential broker assurance in “slow decline” through the second quarter
by Jennifer Riner | Aug 17
Redfin: luxury home prices held steady in the second quarter, but trends vary by city
by Inman | Aug 9
The U.S. has created more than a half-million jobs in 60 days
by Lou Barnes | Aug 8

It is reassuring when the world behaves as it should. The last couple of weeks have been disconcerting — how such a huge decline in rates without a bounce-back? It’s okay now. Rates are rising. The jump last week had several propellants. The first is simply the nature of markets: any big move begets a counter-move.

by Lou Barnes | Jul 18
The slowdown in the ultra-luxury real estate market is a product of various factors
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 11
Long-term rates all over the world have been cruising lower
by Lou Barnes | Jul 11
National Association of Realtors recently released a profile of international real estate buyers
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 11
Brexit stirs things up abroad, domestic mortgages soften
by Britt Chester | Jul 7
Where did the European Union come from, and what's the big deal about the breakup?
by Lou Barnes | Jul 5