NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun calls it a “very unusual” trend.
Rental houses with outdoor spaces and yards are in high demand, but supply is limited.
The average home sale generated an $85,000 gain in the third quarter of the year—or 39% return on investment—for sellers, a new report shows.
Some are using escalation clauses so that if construction prices continue to rise, they can pass the extra costs on to buyers.
With the upper hand in the market, sellers are asking unusual favors of buyers—such as caring for pets they don’t want to move—in order to close a sale, real estate professionals report.
Four organizations commit to developing industry training programs that address discrimination.
Listing numbers are stabilizing and the pace of sales is slowing—but it's still a seller's market, realtor.com® reports.
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell to an all-time low of 2.80%, according to Freddie Mac.
Here's how to avoid steamed-up glasses while wearing a mask.
His rive to expand homeownership opportunities is echoed in today’s racial equity efforts—but his tenure at the secondary market agency drew critics, too.