The long-anticipated vision of the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac provides the public with the first concrete roadmap for returning the two firms to full private
Over three-fourths of survey respondents reported that being a homeowner has “made them a better person,” with about the same proportion saying that they’ve taken up new hobbies since closing on a home, like gardening, grilling and interior
New national data on apartment construction shows activity slowing down in a lot of markets, including Chicago. But there are several bright spots that are showing exceptional building
After two straight months of nationwide increases, the number of listings under contract by the end of July fell on a monthly
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index shows that home prices scored their 15th consecutive month of slowing year-over-year home-price growth. But there's more to the story.
The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index for August showed Americans shared broadly strong views of the overall economy and their own financial health near the end of the
Economists were expecting new-home sales to finish stronger in July, aided by low mortgage rates that act as an incentive for
Home sales activity is picking up this summer, thanks in part to historically low mortgage interest rates, and despite some worrisome signals on the broader economy as of late.
A new survey finds millennials feel their lack of knowledge on homeownership and mortgage lending is preventing them from buying
Perhaps contrary to popular belief, the unique homes built by architect Frank Lloyd Wright tend to remain available on the market for several years at a