Two institutional landlords dealt with hundreds of damaged homes and displaced tenants after Hurricane Harvey.
Applications to refinance a home loan and purchase a home fall sharply.
Camden Property Trust has seen a "total transformation" of its business since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, its CEO told CNBC on Tuesday.
One contractor laments that as their phone keeps ringing, "You have to tell them it will likely be a couple years."
There was already a labor shortage in the construction industry, and two severely damaging hurricanes only made matters worse.
On the agent side, the draw is that real estate professionals no longer have to negotiate commissions and haggle with other agents.
Sept 13- Freddie Mac said on Wednesday it will suspend sales of foreclosed homes until year-end and will stop until further notice evictions of homeowners in eligible areas devastated by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The first step is for borrowers to contact their mortgage servicers-- the companies they send their payments to each month, " Yvette Gilmore, Freddie...
As many as 300,000 borrowers could become delinquent on their loans when banks initiate foreclosure proceedings after Hurricane Harvey.
Mortgage applications finally moved slightly higher last week, spurred by refinancers, as interest rates moved decisively lower.
Prices are soaring, and incomes are not keeping pace.
There is no way to keep a home dry in five feet of rain, but there are steps homeowners can take to protect their homes from strong rain.
Home sales continued their downward slide in July, with buyers signing fewer contracts to buy existing homes.
Whether or not people can or choose to keep paying their home loans will depend entirely on their insurance.
Applications to refinance fell 2 percent for the week and are down 41 percent from a year ago.
Home prices are continuing to rise. Demand has not fallen off, and bidding wars are to be expected with most offers.
Low supply, high demand and increased prices cast a long shadow over the housing market — and it could get worse.
What's driving real estate "is our sense of where we're going and the uncertainty" with the new administration, Robert Shiller said.
Newly built homes are more expensive than they've ever been before. That's why sales are suffering.
Both homeowners and homebuyers seem unimpressed by the lowest mortgage interest rates of the year.
The mortgage interest tax deduction has long been considered politically untouchable — until now, that is.