Opinion
Thinking optimistically and knowing a little about US homebuilders and American ingenuity, builders might create an average of 2M homes annually and achieve a supply-demand balance in about 6 years
by Ben Caballero May 12
Opinion
This is the homeseller market crash. Inventory is at historic lows, affordability is rapidly eroding, and rates are climbing
by Chris Drayer May 6
There are signs of trouble, but vaccinations are up, spending on home construction is up, and overall, there's reason to believe the market will improve
by Jim Dalrymple II May 5
Today's crazy market conditions are forcing agents to have sometimes-challenging conversations about what a bubble is and what might happen in a correction
by Jim Dalrymple II May 4
Soaring home prices have fueled talk of a bubble. Economists, however, think a gradual slowdown is more likely than a sudden pop
by Jim Dalrymple II May 3