Inman collected the latest licensing data from states across the US and found that, despite dire early predictions, there hasn't been an exodus out of the industry. In fact, after a dip early in the pandemic, some states are seeing an increase in new applications
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 27
Brown Harris Stevens CEO Bess Freedman called for compromise in the face of an impending wave of evictions as CARES Act benefits are set to expire at the end of July
by Lillian Dickerson | Jul 21
Markets on the East Coast and in Northern Illinois were most vulnerable to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic during the second quarter, according to Attom Data Solutions
by Lillian Dickerson | Jul 10
More than a dozen agents who spoke with Inman said that inventory shortages and masks will probably be around for some time. But they're also seeing an active market in which offers are pouring in
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 26
Leaders of both large and small firms envision an active summer selling season. Low inventory and a potential return of the coronavirus, however, remain points of concern
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 24
While housing has thus far seen a strong recovery, experts say prices may actually fall later this year. Factors such as unemployment and foreclosures could also weigh down the market
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 23
Roughly one-quarter, or 26.5%, of the 54.7 million mortgaged homes in the U.S. were equity-rich in Q1 2020, according to Attom Data Solutions' Q1 2020 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report
by Lillian Dickerson | May 7
Rent and mortgage payments are due. Different states have different strategies for people who can't pay during the pandemic. We're updating this post as the situation evolves
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 28
Opinion
The current evidence supports more of checkmark-shaped recovery rather than a V- or U-shape — beginning with an immediate drop that lasts 3-4 weeks, followed by a gradual recovery
by Mike DelPrete | Apr 21
About 30% of survey respondents said they did not make a rent or mortgage payment in April, and 20% said they made a partial payment, according to a poll by Alignable
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 7
There were a total of 48,004 properties with foreclosure filings in February 2020, the lowest number since Attom began tracking the data in April 2005
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 1
As home values slowly creep up, Nebraska legislators are attempting to curtail a possible affordability crisis with 3 housing-related bills
by Marian McPherson | Feb 13
Place Inc. will handle a variety of business tasks for teams, which will be able to keep their existing branding and remain in their brokerages
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 12
The new Cash Close product is meant to make consumers more nimble and competitive and is the latest turn in HomeLight's evolution as a transaction streamlining company
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 30
Virginia’s Land Use Committee unanimously rejected Delegate Ibraheem Samirah’s plan to upzone single-family neighborhoods across the state
by Marian McPherson | Jan 24