1.5M Buyers Are Coming Back
Former home owners who lost their home to a foreclosure or a short sale are gradually re-entering the housing market and some housing analysts believe they could provide a big boost in housing demand for years to come.
Listings That Reveal Energy Costs Sell for More
Listings that disclose energy costs have a higher close rate and spend less time on the market than comparable homes, a new study finds.
Price Jumps Are Leading to More Flips
The severe drought plaguing the West may stall new-home construction in the region, according to the builder’s trade group.
Fannie: Economy Likely to ‘Spring Forward’
Economic activity weakened in the first quarter, but a turnaround is expected that will likely give a lift to the housing market, according to Fannie Mae economists.
Will Seattle’s ‘Tiny House’ Be Overpowered?
The fate of a 600-square-foot Seattle home, overshadowed by towering retail buildings all around it, still remains in question as residents show their support for the home known as the “Up” house.
America’s Favorite Second Home: Self-Storage
With one in every 10 people in America renting self-storage units, the need for practitioners to help clients manage their stuff will only increase.
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