Rising home prices and tough buyer competition may be giving sellers more flexibility to list their home for sale “as-is” without needing to fix it up first.
A report has been published that suggests immigrants could be vital to helping blighted neighborhoods recover, but it seems their potential is being ignored by those in authority.
You wouldn’t find many forecasts about the real estate market that go beyond 2016. But predictions and forecasts are exactly what give you an edge over the competition and a monopoly among customers.
Home builders have answered the call to provide more single-family homes in the last month, with production rising by 8.1 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 783,000 units
The scarcity of development land in some of the U.S.’s biggest cities is forcing developers to respond by combining residential and commercial spaces.
Half of today’s U.S. home buyers are under 36 and reflect an increasingly racially diverse middle class, according to the first annual Zillow Group Report on Consumer Housing Trends.
The acute shortage of homes for sale has been singled out by the Federal Reserve, which says the situation could have a negative impact on the U.S. economy.
The National Rural Housing Coalition has brought to attention the lack of affordable rental options in rural areas of the country, particularly for those with low incomes.
Hurricane Matthew served to remind us of the havoc and devastation that can be caused by storm surges to people’s properties.