10 States Reach New Price Peaks
Limited inventories of for-sale homes continue to push home prices higher across the country, and for 10 states, the limited listings even propelled markets to new home price peaks in May.
Relief in Mortgage Rates Likely to Stick Around
Amid overseas turmoil, mortgage rates likely will hover around 4 percent for awhile, Freddie Mac predicts.
Home Remodeling Surge Coming: Here’s Why
As the number of households belonging to older adults rises dramatically, mixed with the aging housing stock, home remodeling is likely to see a dramatic uptick in the coming years.
Landfills Don’t Always Drop Home Values
A study discredits the assumption that a landfill would negatively impact the value of nearby homes, as long as the trash facility is a small one.
Seattle’s Bold Move: Nix Single-Family Zoning?
In Seattle, the mayor’s housing task force is reportedly in talks to make a sweeping change: Remove the city’s single-family zoning, which for 100-plus years has been defining the city’s neighborhood feel.
Agent Asks for Suit Dismissal in ‘Snake House’
A real estate professional is asking a judge to toss out a lawsuit that alleges an agent knowingly sold an Annapolis home that was infested with black rat snakes to a couple.
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