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Economists were expecting new-home sales to finish stronger in July, aided by low mortgage rates that act as an incentive for
The homebuilder community has regularly offered a succinct answer to the reason for its industry’s sluggishness, generally calling out labor, lumber, laws and land as pain points. But some researchers are poking holes in their assertions of
Which areas of Chicagoland are seeing the highest increases and decreases in median sale
Our latest update details new hires and shakeups across the industry, including real estate brokerages, mortgage companies and governmental agencies that handle housing regulation.
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.
Statewide home sales were up 0.3 percent from last year and sales in Chicagoland were up 0.2 percent from July 2018. But looking solely at the city of Chicago, Illinois Realtors recorded a 5.3 percent year-over-year decrease in existing-home sales.
A new survey finds millennials feel their lack of knowledge on homeownership and mortgage lending is preventing them from buying
This New Deal-era firehouse in Manteo, North Carolina, has been converted into a home with two large garage bays, a workshop and an abundance of open
Whether you’ve earned your sea legs or are still a landlubber, this luxury boathouse provides the best of both
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