Even though the Federal Reserve chopped its 2014 growth outlook, Chair Janet Yellen is sticking to the central bank’s playbook.
If you live in one of the most expensive metro areas of the U.S., you’ll need a six-figure income if you want to buy a home.
Mortgage rates started the week quietly, which is good news for borrowers. But not the same can be said about home prices.
Locations affordable to the super-rich saw the fastest home price gains in 2013.
U.S. home prices increased in 2013, but two new reports indicate the market has cooled.
Reflecting an improving market, home values jumped nearly 12 percent for most of 2013.
The housing market is cooling but one expert says prices won’t fall.
Home prices will continue to rise next year despite higher mortgage rates.
Homes prices have been climbing modestly, but don’t celebrate just yet.
Is this what a hot housing market is supposed to look like?