NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun isn't concerned about the slowdown in sales, or what it means for the market
by Patrick Kearns | May 21
Housing economists weigh-in on what Oregon's 7% cap on increases, the first of its kind in the US, could mean for renters
by Patrick Kearns | Feb 28
On the bright side, nearly 25% of all American properties are now equity rich, including more than 40% in California
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 10
The return on investment is lower, but home flipping is still up from last quarter according to Attom Data Solutions
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 7
CoreLogic finds substantial price increase year-over-year for October, and half of top 50 markets overvalued
Consumers want agents who offer market insights
by Steve Cook | May 3
Lack of inventory, rising prices and global uncertainty are on the minds of today's buyer agents
by Caroline Feeney | Apr 18
Supreme Court declines to hear case challenging the city’s plan to collect fees from affordable housing developers, and real estate agents in the Bay Area fear it may further drive up home prices and constrict supply
by Amy Tankersley | Mar 24
The pros and cons of both purchase plans
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Nov 2
Moscow property prices are struggling to keep up appearances among the world's leading cities
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Oct 23
Learn how to find them and what their needs are
by Steve Cook | Oct 14
According to Zillow, renters are spending twice as much of their income on housing than homeowners are on their mortgage payments
by Amy Tankersley | Aug 14
Fannie Mae’s June 2015 National Housing Survey sets new records for optimism in housing market thanks to strong supply and increasing rent prices
by Amy Tankersley | Jul 7
Sale prices are steadily climbing, but the trend may impede future buyers who may be priced out of the market
by Amy Tankersley | Jun 24
National Association of Home Builders survey finds 85 percent of metro areas experienced uptick in home affordability
by Amy Tankersley | May 14