Mom-and-pop landlords have been losing market share for decades. The last time there was a downturn, that trend accelerated
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 27
New laws in California and Oregon show that rental regulations are gaining traction as a solution to rising housing costs. But economists aren't all convinced the rules will work as intended
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 3
Harvard's newly completed 'HouseZero' was designed to take existing architecture and upgrade it with 100% natural ventilation, 100% natural daylight and zero carbon emissions
by Teke Wiggin Dec 3
In a region experiencing climate impacts like sea level rise, people will pay more to be higher, the Harvard study found
by Tina Casey Jul 6
Dr. Chris Herbert of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard said 32 out of 100 markets remain below peak prices
by Amber Taufen Jun 15
As America ages, its homes must adapt -- but are they?
by Deidre Woollard Dec 19
Opinion
A home purchase should be treated with the same energy and care as a major corporate account
by Mike Pontacoloni Sep 20
The ins and outs of the battle
by Peter Brooke May 17
The two agents who launched the new Compass Cambridge, Massachusetts office talk about their ground breaking first quarter and what they are doing differently.
by Gill South May 5
Lower-income homes have proven to raise value and decrease crime
by Patricia Whitaker Apr 28
How to know what's coming next
by Jordan Wirsz Mar 23
Here's a tale of an all-female team that recently moved to an indie brokerage
by Gill South Mar 11
It's a simple matter of life cycle vs. generational trends
by Casey Wright Sep 1
Demographic trends could spark housing demand
by Inman Jul 5
Diary of a Real Estate Rookie
by Inman Oct 20