Multifamily Boom Can’t Last Forever
At a forum on economic trends in commercial real estate, economists explained that investors should be wary about unbridled optimism in the apartment market.
Inventory Shortages Keeping Home Sales Low
Until inventory constraints improve, the country’s pent-up demand for home sales can’t be satisfied, according to NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun.
Working Poor Key to Presidential Victory
Republican political strategist Ed Gillespie told REALTORS® this week the candidate in the 2016 presidential election who articulates a path to help lower-income Americans will come out the winner in the contest for the White House.
Fannie Mae Hit With Discrimination Claim
The National Fair Housing Alliance, along with 19 local fair housing organizations, is accusing the mortgage giant of failing to maintain foreclosed homes at the same standards in minority neighborhoods as white communities.
Most Bike-Friendly Town in America
Does your city make the list of the top 20 for bikers?
30-Year Mortgage Rates Rise to 2-Month High
For the third consecutive week, mortgage rates continue to inch up.
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