One analyst said Friday that the tax proposal from presidential candidate and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio 'would destroy a lot of wealth in the country'
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 2
We took a close look at political candidates and causes that get the most money from the real estate trade group and found some surprises
by Andrea V. Brambila | Mar 13

According to Trulia’s latest study, homeownership could remain low due to wavering belief in the “American Dream” of homeownership.

by Marian McPherson | Dec 8
Sick of arguing politics? Move somewhere more agreeable
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 27
Want to succeed in real estate? Be different than your competition
by Bernice Ross | Jan 11
Next president must understand and appeal to the center
by Lou Barnes | May 23
Politicians will have to woo disgruntled voters by actually getting things done
by Lou Barnes | Nov 8
Commentary: Deficit must be tamed to restore safety margin for borrowing
by Lou Barnes | Mar 15
Commentary: Continuing resolutions for spending rarely provide simultaneous tax revenue
by Lou Barnes | Jan 11
Longtime Realtor ally Judy Biggert loses her seat in Congress
by Inman | Nov 7
Commentary: Fiscal contraction is coming, no matter what or who
by Lou Barnes | Oct 26
Commentary: To foster recovery, something has to give, but what?
by Lou Barnes | Aug 17
Surveys reveal partisan leanings on housing policy, fixes
by Inman | Dec 14
Legislation will likely draw fire from industry groups, Senate Democrats
by Ken Harney | May 23
Commentary: 'It's quiet out there ... too quiet'
by Lou Barnes | Sep 17