San Francisco and Toronto are at most risk, according to UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index
by Veronika Bondarenko | Sep 30
10 years after crash, the real estate industry ruminates on the dark days and slow rebuild of the housing market
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 7
Despite declines in 3 key housing market indicators, most real estate economists say nay to the bubble — but one argues an 'apartment bubble' is gaining momentum
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 6
A collapse would be bad news for current residents and property owners alike
by Anna Johansson | Feb 8
But some markets have yet to fully recover from the crisis
by Marian McPherson | Jan 26
Expect slowed price growth and modest improvement in the number of homes for sale
by Matthew Gardner | Dec 8
Denver, Dallas and Nashville are leading the way
by Marian McPherson | Aug 30
Take a closer look at your strategy before blaming the market
by Anna Johansson | Jul 7
The better you know your market, the better you can guide your clients to make smart decisions
by Allan Weiss | May 24
3 factors that impact the decision
by Erin Sheckler | Nov 18
Four metro areas showed a higher rate of return in homes than stocks
by Marian McPherson | Nov 15
Nationwide study shows numerous markets have surpassed pre-crash price peaks
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 22
Finding the right home in a seller’s market and why I’m not settling
by Alyson Baumbach | Jul 7
A look at San Francisco, New York and Miami
by Octavio Nuiry | Jul 1

Take two things for certain. First, there’s never been nor ever will be a housing bubble without a corresponding bubble in mortgage credit. Second, no matter who may yap about credit being too easy (usually complainers about the federal role in mortgages), stick with the Fed’s quarterly accounting of U.S. financial flows, Z-1.

by Lou Barnes | Jun 15