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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a drop in unemployment claims in June, as the country added nearly five million jobs. But economists warn a rebound in coronavirus cases could result in another labor
If household income growth slows and house prices continue to rise, even today’s record-low mortgage rates may not keep homes in an affordable range, according to a new
Coldwell Banker snags a big name, the statewide association announces its replacement for Jon Broadbooks, and two mortgage companies bring on execs to lead the way on new initiatives.
Despite record-breaking unemployment, sales of newly built single-family homes rose in May, as builders rushed to meet pent-up demand and flight to
“Markets with stronger job creation pre-COVID are proving to have the crucial edge for real estate activity, particularly those with a strong technology sector." — Javier Vivas, director of economic research for
While existing-home sales were down again, the National Association of Realtors predicts a post-lockdown boom that will surpass 2019 sales
Roughly 2.7 million U.S. adults moved in with a parent or grandparent in March and April as the coronavirus pandemic spread, potentially costing landlords hundreds of millions of dollars in monthly rent payments and casting doubt on the future of
The latest numbers from Illinois Realtors show stark declines in activity occurred last month.
An experiment that was expected to last a few weeks has now become a transformational moment for Dream Town
The home will dazzle residents and visitors alike with unique details such as its kitchen wall made of lichen-speckled tree bark and kitchen island topped with white macaubas