Everything that happened in 2020, the wildest year of our lives
This year had it all: A presidential election, a stock market crash and rebound, and the busiest summer and fall in memory — all amid an unprecedented global pandemic
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 21
The majority of young adults now live at home with their parents
For the first time since the Great Depression, the majority of young adults are living with their parents, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of US Census Bureau data
by Lillian Dickerson Sep 17
NAR: This is not Great Depression
National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun predicts inflation will be delayed for five or six years — and then the price of everything will rise
by Andrea V. Brambila May 14
Mortgage loans in forbearance surged to 7.91% in last week of April
The total number of mortgage loans in forbearance increased from 7.54% of servicers' portfolio volume. Ginnie Mae held the largest share of loans in forbearance
by Lillian Dickerson May 12
How to give first-time buyers the low-down on down payments
Helping millennial homebuyers find the right loans for them
by Steve Cook Feb 25
How to give millennials the low-down on low down payments
Helping first-time buyers with the right loans for them
by Steve Cook Feb 29
Commentary: Demand for labor has improved, but remains very, very thin
by Lou Barnes May 4
Commentary: President's real estate proposals 'will be without effect'
by Lou Barnes Feb 3
Commentary: Think fast -- those old fixes won't work
by Lou Barnes Sep 23
Valuing function over fashion
by Arrol Gellner Sep 9
People in Real Estate
by Mary Umberger Dec 6
Share of 'underwater' homeowners at new peak
by Inman Nov 10
Lenders' inability to fund their own loans puts housing finance at risk
by Jack Guttentag Oct 11
From The Real Deal
by The Real Deal Jul 7