Although overall starts took a big (surprising) hit over January's strong growth, jump in single-family construction signals relief for buyers
by Marian McPherson | Mar 16
Research by the Washington Post reveals how race and class have impacted community development since 2005
by Marian McPherson | Sep 26
Zillow study shows this generation is still behind despite market recovery
by Marian McPherson | Jul 19
Housing data firm’s research shows homes near good elementary schools are valued 77 percent higher
by Jennifer Riner | Aug 3
The outside world is a wreck, the U.S. is the world’s only locomotive, and cash is pouring in here again
by Lou Barnes | Jun 14
Asserted, but not true: the record lows are the result of bad policy at central banks
by Lou Barnes | Jun 13
Foreclosure rates down, but bidding wars and low inventory are hurting first-time home buyers
by Jennifer Riner | May 24
Senator urges NAR to support student loan bill to boost housing market
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 12
The rate of homeownership has stopped its straight-line collapse and may have begun to rise
by Lou Barnes | Jan 29
Metro is one of the healthiest housing markets nationwide
by Erik Pisor | Nov 9
ZAP expected to increase productivity and entice agents
by Gill South | Nov 5
Pro Teck Valuation Services says high loan-to-value ratios are holding back metro areas hardest hit by housing crisis
by Amy Tankersley | Sep 25
The recovery in housing is in price alone
by Louis Cammarosano | Jul 20
One-third of Realtors earn less than $10,000 a year
by Teke Wiggin | Nov 9
NAR: Mortgage rates may go up, home prices down, if debt ceiling not raised
by Inman | Oct 10