Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan limits will be raised to more than half a million
The rebound could mean an accelerating market
A generation marked by economic instability and student loan debt is giving up on homeownership, according to a new
The latest analysis from CoreLogic shows that Chicago renters are paying an average of 2.2 percent more in rent this year over
Two percent jump in housing starts nationwide could mean lower chance of
Minority homeownership, which plummeted during the Great Recession, is climbing back
Housing starts make progress in September, showing signs of more inventory on the way.
The National Association of Realtors’ 2019 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers reveals that FSBOs are on the decline and that buyers are in need of help when it comes to making home purchases.
For now, low borrowing costs are keeping pace with rising prices. But how long can this
The Joint Center for Housing Studies' State of the Nation’s Housing report stresses the need for more