Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider pointed to shifts in consumer behavior and low mortgage rates as additional reasons for the unprecedented rise in home sales over the past 7 weeks
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 31
Will the pandemic accelerate urbanization or lead to a reversal of the trend? With the country taking its first tentative steps out of quarantine, experts on both sides can point to facts backing up their theory
by Luke Babich | Jun 23
Buyers are eyeing suburban ZIP codes as coronavirus lockdowns lift across the country, according to a realtor.com report released Wednesday
by Marian McPherson | Jun 17
Speaking at Connect Now, Helen Hanna Casey also highlighted migration trends her company is tracking due to the COVID-19 pandemic
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 2
The trend could ease price pressure on urban and inner suburban areas, according to Zillow Principal Economist Skylar Olsen
by Patrick Kearns | May 13
New open home sale transaction volume declined by as much as 50% in April, according to Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider.
by Patrick Kearns | May 7
Appearing on CNBC, Compass CEO Robert Reffkin said suburbs and second-home markets will be the real winners when the market returns
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 28
Climate change, technology and affordability will come to the fore, according to new Urban Land Institute report
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 29
Here's what real estate agents need to know about baby boomer and millennial homebuyers and the housing competition between them
by Geoff Bray | Oct 1
Report illustrates disconnect between housing development plans and the needs of the largest segment of homebuyers
by Gill South | May 4
Don't pigeonhole the types of people who might be interested in co-living
by Gill South | Jan 23
A recent report by the Urban Land Institute suggests that locations outside the city are alive, well and even preferred
by Deidre Woollard | Dec 14
Flat prices and stale inventory brought fog to the City by the Bay
by Inman | Sep 29
Opinion
Finding the right home in a seller’s market and why I’m not settling
by Alyson Baumbach | Jul 7
Some cities see higher percentages of leased spaces in walkable places – with higher rents, too
by Jennifer Riner | Jun 20