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
Growth in households to drive recovery
by Inman | Jun 23
Report: Rental rate hits record level in 2007
by Inman | Apr 30