We learn this week how consumers, retailers and homebuilders weathered the winter.
Single-family home prices beat analyst expectations in January.
U.S. home prices increased in 2013, but two new reports indicate the market has cooled.
Rising mortgage rates don’t seem to be putting a damper on home sales.
Some cities and states have put the worst of the housing crisis behind but others are struggling to recover from foreclosures.
Instead of fueling a bubble, this time around, flippers are helping the housing market.
This week, a fairly sparse lineup of economic reports moves the housing sector into the starring role.
This week, we’ll get reminders of the turbulent times in which we live. And that’s just the economy.
Some folks would have you think that it’s 2006 all over again, the way home prices have been rising in parts of the country.
This week reports are due on housing starts and existing home sales.