Special Report

NAR: U.S. housing market is short 5.5 million homes
NAR: U.S. housing market is short 5.5 million homes

The shortage of housing in America is more “dire” than previously expected, and the NAR’s new report puts pressure on lawmakers to provide additional public funding and policy incentives to fix this massive underbuilding gap.

The 1031 like-kind exchange is a key tool for investing in diverse and inclusive communities
The 1031 like-kind exchange is a key tool for investing in diverse and inclusive communities

It is the ultimate equal opportunity tax code provision because it provides an efficient and effective means for individuals to grow their wealth.

SPECIAL REPORT: Windy City Sees Healthy 2 Year Decline in Foreclosures
SPECIAL REPORT: Windy City Sees Healthy 2 Year Decline in Foreclosures

Using data provided by CoreLogic, we look closer at the foreclosure and serious delinquency rates of the last two years. Last week, we reviewed CoreLogic’s latest foreclosure report, which provided a brief snapshot of national and local foreclosure levels

Special Report: The Problem of Negative Equity in Chicagoland is Far From Over
Special Report: The Problem of Negative Equity in Chicagoland is Far From Over

Negative equity may be down in Chicagoland, but that doesn’t mean that it’s no longer a problem. Last week, we reported a much-needed dosage of good news – that after peaking a few years back, negative equity in Chicagoland has

Special Report: ‘Builder Confidence’ Numbers Still Inconsistent With Construction Numbers
Special Report: ‘Builder Confidence’ Numbers Still Inconsistent With Construction Numbers

Builder confidence remains high while home construction continues to trod along – what gives? Builder confidence this month fell just one point, according to the latest Housing Market Index from the National Association of Home Builders. Finishing up 2014

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