As the housing market cools, some sellers have been forced to slash home prices. New data shows which metros have seen the highest rate of price reductions.
The U.S. rental market is incredibly competitive, but as prices continue to soar, there are signs that its record-breaking price growth could be slowing down.
After two years of an incredibly hot sellers’ market, U.S. homebuyers are canceling contracts at the highest rate since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s hard to be a first-time buyer in this market. We’re exploring what experts say is a major barrier to homeownership: the lack of available “starter homes.”
Limited supply and heightened demand are creating a frenzy amongst buyers. Here’s what you need to know about finding more sellers and building your inventory.
A lack of affordable housing is the biggest obstacle to buying a home in the United States today, according to a new study from the National Association of REALTORS®.
In this ultra-hot housing market, some first-time homebuyers have found a way to make their dreams of homeownership come true: co-buying with friends.
Low inventory has fueled the hot housing market in recent years, causing prices to soar and demand for homes to increase — and new construction can’t keep up.
Low supply and high demand will continue to frustrate homebuyers across the U.S. How can prospective homeowners find relief, both in the short and long term?
Data from the U.S. Census Bureau can be a powerful tool for real estate professionals seeking to better understand their communities & adapt to market trends.