House prices gain as new home construction stalls

Average home prices across the U.S. picked up a notch last month, a trend that the National Association of Realtors says is linked to a decrease in new housing starts.

Lenders Go All-In On Multifamily Apartments

Lenders dished out $172.5 billion in new mortgages for apartment buildings with five or more units in 2013 — a multifamily lending record, according to a new Mortgage Bankers Association report.

As SFR Ownership Slips, Atlanta Innovates And Prepares For The Future

Walkable neighborhoods inside the city; new multi-family units replacing aging properties, adding more multi-family construction nearer to the inner city, and building fewer single family houses. The most notable change in Atlanta real estate in many years is the shift away from a focus on single family residential

What the Government Shutdown Means for Real Estate

As Congress denied funding for many government operations Oct. 1, Realtors and those with an interest in buying or selling a house might be wondering what it means for them. For those getting a loan, things might slow down a bit in the wake of the shutdown, according to the National Association of Realtors. The

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