Realtor.com found the hottest zip codes for real estate, where homes sell faster than the rest of the country.
How the Business Cycle Influences the Housing Market
Recession. Depression. Expansion. Trough. Peak. Here’s what the business cycle means for the housing market and your mortgage.
These 20 Housing Markets Are Heating Up
Find out which housing markets in April are seeing homes sell the fastest and buyer demand surging.
The 20 Hottest Housing Markets This Month
The spring housing market may be off to an early start this year, especially in a handful of markets.
The U.S. Housing Market in 10 Charts
How’s the housing market doing? The answer is that it depends on your time frame.
The 10 Most, Least Affordable Housing Markets
Coldwell Banker released a new report showing the two extremes of the housing market. Find out where your state stacks up.
Mortgage rates slump for the third-straight week as big questions dog the housing market
Rates for home loans fell as bonds became more attractive to investors, but real-estate professionals are starting to wonder what the future housing market...
How legal marijuana biz is boosting Denver's housing market
What does Colorado's legalization of marijuana mean for local housing markets?
What the shrinking amount of mortgage debt tells us about the housing market
The amount of mortgage debt outstanding has fallen as fewer homes are bought, more Americans refinance, and older mortgages mean more principal is paid down.
How student loan debt causes a chain reaction in the housing market
America’s student loan debt has reached $1.3 trillion, surpassing every type of consumer debt except mortgages.
The Doctor Is In: How Ben Carson as HUD Secretary Will Affect the Housing Market
Ben Carson will be key in crafting and ushering through policies that will affect the housing market beyond the next four years of Trump's administration.
Strong Buyer Demand Driving Nearly 80 Percent of Top 100 U.S. Housing Markets
The Multi-Indicator Market Index (MiMi) released monthly by Freddie Mac, revealed today that the housing market is continuing to stabilize with the most improving metro markets seeing stronger demand for home sales for the spring homebuying season.
How Immigrants Change the Housing Market
Foreign-born U.S. residents have a big impact on housing demand, property values, and racial segregation rates. But it’s not as simple as you might think.
Why millennials are dominating the housing market
Is the millennial generation really a renter generation? Or are they more interested in owning a home of their own? This article from U.S. News looks at an interesting new report on generational trends from the National Association of Realtors, and also provides some tips that home owners and home buyers can learn from the …
20 Housing Markets That Are Heating Up
Higher inventory and buyer demand are expected to boost closings in March, according to a new analysis from realtor.com®.
10 Best Housing Markets for Millennials
First-time home buyers will like these real estate markets.
How a Healthier Housing Market Impacts Our Community
www.amerifirst.com/resources-for-real-estate-agents Welcome to “Selling the Dream” – Real estate news and trends. I’m your host Dan Moyle with AmeriFi...
How Millennial homeowners affect the housing market
(Housing News) Millennials have a different set of priorities when they are making purchases, especially housing, so what do they want, and how is the market shifting in response?
10 Housing Markets Fueled by Job Growth
Nearly 3 million jobs have been created in the past 12 months. Find out where jobs are increasing the most and home appreciation is following.
How to read between the lines of housing market trends
On any given day, you can read a handful of stories on Inman about recent market trends and research -- but the conclusions made by some analysts sometimes seem to conflict with each other. For example, Fannie Mae recently reported in its July National Housing Survey that the percentage of consumers who think now is a good time to buy a home dropped to an all-time low of 61 percent.