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
In our multipart series on the US housing market this summer, Inman's Jim Dalrymple reports that the market hasn't fully returned to normal yet, but a number of metrics including prices and pending sales suggest it has been resilient amid the coronavirus crisis
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 22
Home values grew by 0.41% month over month in April, and in May that metric dropped to 0.35% — the largest one-month slowdown in more than a year
by Lillian Dickerson | Jun 18
The long-term prognosis is more optimistic than many think, economists from Zillow and Windermere said during a panel at Inman Connect Now on Wednesday
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 3
The trend could ease price pressure on urban and inner suburban areas, according to Zillow Principal Economist Skylar Olsen
by Patrick Kearns | May 13
The total number of new listings increased 5.9% week over week, but new listings in the highest price tier were up by 8%, according to new data from Zillow
by Lillian Dickerson | May 12
The pandemic drove real estate sales down, but a checkmark-type recovery may already be beginning
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 5
A new report shows that what was poised to be 'the most competitive' spring market in years instead ended up with plummeting numbers of new listings
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 10
Only 3 new cities were added to Zillow’s million-dollar cities list this year, signaling a market slowdown
by Marian McPherson | Jan 14
Shrinking agent ranks, smaller commissions and more predictions for years and years to come
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 6
Home values in Austin, Atlanta, Charlotte and Nashville are expected to explode as buyers search for affordable housing, according to Zillow’s latest Home Price Expectations Survey
by Marian McPherson | Jan 2
Economists expect Generation Z buyers to exceed millennial homeownership rates by 2035
by Veronika Bondarenko | Dec 16
In cities across the country, housing advocates, civil rights groups and defenders of the homeless are chipping away at housing laws, one state at a time. Why now?
by Marian McPherson | Nov 18
Zillow's latest consumer survey analyzes how medical and student debt is causing consumers to delay homebuying
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 30
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