U.S. housing market now worth $33.3 trillion

The U.S. housing market is more valuable than ever, worth a cumulative $33.3 trillion in 2018. Since the market hit its lowest point in 2012, it has gained $10.9 trillion in value, and is now worth $4 trillion more than it was at the peak of the housing bubble. A home is the single largest

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Here’s how much real estate $1 will buy in major U.S. markets

It’s no secret that housing prices have been quickly climbing over the past decade — the median home value in the U.S. is higher than ever before,

Opendoor plans major expansion into more U.S. markets

Real estate listings website Opendoor, which buys homes directly from sellers before doing them up and selling them on, says it’s planning to expand nationwide after enjoying significant success in the ten markets it currently operates in

NAR economist Yun looks at the housing market 10 years after the Great Recession

A full decade after U.S. housing markets were crushed by the so-called Great Recession, which led to a major crisis that saw thousands of homes foreclosed upon,

Expect housing to become a buyer’s market by 2020, experts say

Zillow’s latest Home Price Expectations Survey has revealed that it’s still a seller’s market as far as real estate is concerned, though the situation could change within the next 18 months.

Scammers are running riot in U.S. rental markets

A staggering 43 percent renters say they’ve come across online rental listings that could be fraudulent, while a seemingly improbable five million say they’ve actually been scammed,

International buyers showing less interest in U.S. real estate

A combination of inventory shortages and rising prices means that international buyers are showing less interest in U.S. property than they have in the last few years.

Almost one third of U.S. households “cost-burdended” due to rising home prices

The number of “cost-burdened” Americans who’re struggling due to housing costs has risen to almost 14 million households within the last 30 years.

Foreign investment in U.S. real estate hits record high of $7.48 billion

Foreign investment into the U.S. luxury residential real estate market has jumped to a new record high of $7.48 billion, with Miami, Manhattan and Los Angeles proving to be the most attractive locations, according to a report by Beauchamp

U.S. homes are worth a combined $31.8 trillion

The total value of all of the homes in the U.S. has appreciated by more than $2 trillion in the last year, hitting $31.8 trillion overall.

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