Low supply and high demand will drive the housing market amidst age milestones for millennials and baby boomers
by Marian McPherson | Dec 10
The move to incorporate outside tools into the company's platform is a step toward building a more open-architecture platform
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 26
In the past 40 years, a year-over-year decline of 20% or more in single-family housing starts has preceded all but 1 of the 5 recessions
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 16
First American Chief Economist, Mark Fleming, says buyers will be able to absorb the increase in borrowing costs thanks to wage hikes
by Marian McPherson | Jun 18
Here's how experts and readers think the rate hike will affect agents and clients
by Amber Taufen | Dec 14
Four economists weigh in on what the next year has in store for each group
by Amber Taufen | Dec 13
Where rates are expected to go and how buyers and sellers will react
by Amber Taufen | Dec 9
What will happen to mortgage rates, affordability, inventory and more
by Amber Taufen | Dec 6
Know how well we are doing in the context of today’s market potential
by Steve Cook | Dec 1
Adjusting for inflation, homes in DC are more affordbale compared to pre-recession levels
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 6
Even after inflation, LA is becoming more out of reach for homebuyers
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 6
SF homes are more affordable to local buyers compared to last year’s market conditions
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 2
Despite nominal price jumps, New York City is more affordable after considering inflation
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 1
Adjusted for inflation, Chicago home prices have significantly improved in the last 16 years
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 1
After adjusting for inflation, homebuyers have significantly more buying power compared to 10 years ago
by Jennifer Riner | Aug 31