The outlook: A mixed bag
by Lou Barnes | Sep 27
The president is speaking before the largest real estate trade group in the U.S. at its annual midyear legislative meeting in Washington, D.C.
by Patrick Kearns | May 17
The cost of labor has gone up significantly in expensive coastal cities, according to a new report
by Jim Dalrymple II | Dec 17
Lynne Patton, a regional head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development in New York, wants to draw attention to substandard conditions of public housing
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 4
Interest rates and a lack of affordability, especially for first-time homebuyers, led researchers to a dour housing forecast for next year
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 18
Agents are working people who suffer along with their neighbors from bad government policy
by Brad Inman | Sep 10
Only about a third of the state’s population can actually afford to live there
by Jay Lieberman | Dec 21
A special seasonal edition of The Inman Files
by Brad Inman | Dec 14
An ode to the Golden State and some of the various figures who called it home, including yours truly
by Brad Inman | Nov 22
Demand for new housing construction strongest in North America while Western Europe braces for bubble to burst
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Nov 20
The space agency is offering $2 million to anyone who can successfully 3-D print a habitat using only dirt and recyclables
by Tina Casey | Nov 18
Some good news and some bad, depending on the size of your biz.
by Brad Inman | Sep 27
Earthquakes, floods and tornadoes aren't swaying buyers from high-risk metro areas
by Marian McPherson | Sep 21
Young adult homeownership continues to lag after the Great Recession
by Deidre Woollard | Apr 13
New research from Trulia digs into economic and racial disparity in different communities
by Deidre Woollard | Mar 21