80% of new homebuyers opted for smart home upgrades, according to a new study by Harvard researchers
by Veronika Bondarenko | Aug 1
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
Starting April 1, multifamily property developers will pay lower insurance rates to rehab or build housing for low- and moderate-income Americans
by Amy Tankersley | Feb 4
Home renovations are expected to hit 10-year high but may be hindered by labor shortages and financing concerns
by Amy Tankersley | Jan 22
Most new rental construction is intended for upper-income renters, leaving low- and middle-income renters out in the cold
by Amy Tankersley | Jan 14
Home improvement spending expected to pick up in next few quarters
by Amy Tankersley | Oct 16
Homeownership is at 20-year low, but ongoing recovery efforts are driving a more positive outlook
by Amy Tankersley | Jun 26