The council will explore ways to create more housing by getting rid of regulations such as zoning and density limits
by Jim Dalrymple II | Today 5:33 A.M.
The online furniture giant is facing criticism from over 500 alleged employees over an order destined for a facility in Texas to house 3,000 migrant children
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 25
A new letter from the Department of Housing and Urban Development states that undocumented immigrants who arrived in the US as children aren't eligible for the more lenient mortgages
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 13
Ben Carson was asked Tuesday during a hearing about the acronym ‘real estate owned,’ which applies to certain foreclosed properties
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 21
Most were pleased with President Trump's performance and identified with him as a real estate business person
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 17
The president touted his administration's cuts to regulations and praised Realtors at the National Association of Realtors' legislative meetings and trade expo
by Patrick Kearns | May 17
'Our business is not Republican. It’s not Democrat,' NAR president says. 'My friends, we are the Realtor Party.'
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 15
Leigh Brown is running in North Carolina's 9th district on a pro-Trump, anti-government regulation platform
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 21
Agents in Texas near the border say a significant flow of capital into the US real estate market could be cut off
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 16
Home improvement company Porch believes recent tariffs could tack as much as $17K onto the cost of a new home
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 14
President Trump announced the government will reopen for at least 3 weeks, but is that enough time to close stalled transactions?
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 25
FHFA director nominee Mark Calabria has been vocal in calling for opening up the government's charter to other entities
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 12
Economists tell Inman that tariffs on imported lumber, aluminum and steel are driving up home prices
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 10
The plan is designed to reduce taxpayer risk while creating a more competitive secondary market for mortgages
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 22
The plan likely won't get far in Congress, which already recently passed its own two-year budget extension
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Feb 12