Housing starts won’t reach the historical average of 1M new units per month until at least 2022 or later, with the most pessimistic estimates stretching into 2029
by Marian McPherson | Sep 10
The company has 50 years of home repair and construction cost analysis data backing agent and consumer interface
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 6
City is a driving force behind county's population, housing and economic growth
by Erik Pisor | May 5
Communities slated for Des Plaines, Park Ridge and Kenwood
by Erik Pisor | Mar 21
New construction is a different ballgame for a lot of agents, but it's a growing sector of the Houston housing market
by John Leggett | Feb 3
New home permit activity up significantly during the second quarter on an annual basis.
by Erik Pisor | Nov 6
Finish the year strong, and get a head start on a successful 2016
by Wendy Forsythe | Oct 16
Single-family homes had highest sales in August since 2008, but housing starts are still sluggish
by Amy Tankersley | Sep 24
Research suggests cities with biggest employment gains are seeing slowdown in homebuilding
by Amy Tankersley | Sep 9
US homes selling at highest rate since February 2007
by Inman | Sep 8
While permits fell significantly, especially in the Northeast, we’re still seeing much higher rates than same period last year
by Amy Tankersley | Aug 18
NAHB survey cites supply chain, underwriting issues in monthly survey
by Amy Tankersley | Mar 16
Rising rents, home values pricing renters out of homeowership
by Teke Wiggin | Mar 16
Many homeowners are still underwater, builders gearing up as foreclosure activity has slowed
by Rick Sharga | May 23
Improving home sales and foreclosure rates have outpaced construction growth
by Teke Wiggin | Sep 26