After falling to the lowest level in 50 years, the U.S. homeownership rate bounced up slightly in the third quarter of this year. » Read More
Housing starts fell sharply in September, but those drop belies a big improvement for the market, at least in this monthly read.
Starts tumbled to a 1-1/2-year low in September, but a surge in the construction of single-family units pointed to sustained strength in the market.
Plenty of things are scaring potential homebuyers today, but apparently interest rates aren't one of them.
Homebuilders are still feeling positive about the market, but not as much as they were in September, when a monthly survey of builder confidence hit a high for the year.
One house flipper in Bethesda, Maryland, invested $1 million in the hopes of a quick sale. Here's what she was thinking.
Rent growth has now been shrinking each quarter for a full year, driven largely by the high-end apartment market.
Rising mortgage rates, overheating home prices, nothing for sale, pre-election jitters — reasons to lose confidence in the housing market are growing.
Just figuring for water damage, CoreLogic says the damage from Hurricane Matthew to homes along the coast could be extensive.
The highest interest rates in a month are scaring consumers away from the mortgage market.
Why have so many borrowers not chosen to refinance their mortgages when rates are so low?
Fears in the European banking community last week created something of a tantrum in U.S. bond markets, driving up mortgage applications.
Home prices in August surged on a monthly basis by the largest margin in 11 years. Where and why?
The American Planning Association is out with its 2016 list of "great neighborhoods." Take a stroll through our photo gallery.
Homebuyers retreated in August, unenthused by the meager supply of homes for sale and by accelerating prices.
Innovative public and private efforts and new bank programs are giving housing in the Motor City new fuel.
One in four housing markets is now less affordable than its long-term historical norm, according to new data.
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