According to CoreLogic, although the home price increases are slowing down, the next year should still see a rise of roughly 6.0 percent in home values.
CoreLogic's new report indicates that "Generation Renter" and retiring Baby Boomers will strongly impact the next two decades of homeownership, and notes who will have to...
Housing is showing signs of a recovery, but the weak point remains in the would-be first-timers who are "stuck," according to Trulia's new Housing Barometer.
Trulia today released a new report indicating that homes, despite rising prices, remain undervalued.
With housing starts taking such a big hit in May, why aren't builders panicked? It has a lot to do with the growing gap between multi-...
Zillow's "Coming Soon" feature has reignited arguments surrounding the rules of the road, and NAR responds strongly.
On all fronts, commercial real estate is improving, but the economy continues to be a disappointment.
As inventory levels loosen up and price increases moderate, existing home sales improve for the first time in 2014, according to the National Association of Realtors.
All-cash sales are expected to remain elevated, but how is this the case with diminishing investor activity levels?
Home prices are on the rise, but the pace is slowing down, according to yet another relevant data source, CoreLogic Case-Shiller.
NAR reports that home sales are down, and home price growth has slowed down, but concerns remain regarding unnecessarily tight lending and affordability.
If mortgage delinquency stats are at an all time high, how can Black Knight (formerly LPS) say this is a positive sign for housing? They can...
Trulia says housing is solid, but there's a crack in the foundation in the form of the often unnoticed young adult employment numbers.
According to Trulia’s quarterly earnings report, total revenue for Q1 was $54.5 million, rising 127 percent year-over-year, adding 7,000 subscribers in the same period, the most...
According to the National Association of Realtors, pending home sales have improved, calling the gain inevitable.
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