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.
The cost of labor has gone up significantly in expensive coastal cities, according to a new report
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
Interest rates and a lack of affordability, especially for first-time homebuyers, led researchers to a dour housing forecast for next year
Agents are working people who suffer along with their neighbors from bad government policy
Only about a third of the state’s population can actually afford to live there
A special seasonal edition of The Inman Files
An ode to the Golden State and some of the various figures who called it home, including yours truly
Demand for new housing construction strongest in North America while Western Europe braces for bubble to burst
The space agency is offering $2 million to anyone who can successfully 3-D print a habitat using only dirt and recyclables
Some good news and some bad, depending on the size of your biz.
Earthquakes, floods and tornadoes aren't swaying buyers from high-risk metro areas
Young adult homeownership continues to lag after the Great Recession
New research from Trulia digs into economic and racial disparity in different communities