Unemployment is low and the economy is growing, but home sales are going down for many real estate professionals. Here’s why.
New York’s central area is more than twice as expensive as any other city in the U.S. on a per-square-foot basis.
The state’s Department of Insurance is warning homeowners about the headaches they will likely face.
The wave of foreclosures during the Great Recession was blamed on rising unemployment and subprime loans. But a new study suggests something more.
You won’t find Denver, Boulder, or Honolulu on this list: a recent study pinpoints outdoorsy meccas that also offer reasonable housing markets.
Real estate associations in the region sign an accord with NAR to promote and enforce the Code of Ethics.
Disappearing coastlines may prompt affluent home buyers to shun oceanside communities.
As homes in the U.S. get older, there could be expensive repercussions for homeowners.
Even with a strengthening economy, young adults are choosing not to step out on their own and buy their first home.
Consumers may be less diligent in researching apartments on the internet when feeling the urgency to move, experts say.