Nearly half of respondents in a new study say the next three months will be a good time to buy a home; less than a third say it won’t.
Purchase prices are rising faster than rents in many markets.
While some millennials are waiting out the active market, many more say they purchased before they expected to lock in a lower rate.
Amid market uncertainty, buyers focus on lower initial rates.
Listed homes are selling swiftly even though home prices are much higher than a year ago. Yet, home sales are heading down. Read more from NAR’s latest housing report.
Many American homeowners say they find owning a pool is too risky and expensive, a new survey finds.
The rental market boom continues, and renters are paying a lot more—with few signs of that slowing.
Real estate pros may be able to help their clients better prepare for the full costs of homeownership.
Construction takes a dip as rising costs may be even more problematic in the new-home sector.
Builder sentiment has dropped to a two-year low as rising costs become a growing concern for builders and buyers.