Some cities and states have put the worst of the housing crisis behind but others are struggling to recover from foreclosures.
With billions and billions of dollars being poured into the financial system every month, should you be surprised that fewer people are able to afford to buy houses?
With mortgage interest rates rising in recent months, the outlook has become less certain.
Buyers are still shopping for homes and homeowners are sprucing up.
Rising home prices are driving investors to sell, and that’s good news for buyers.
This week, a fairly sparse lineup of economic reports moves the housing sector into the starring role.
Multifamily construction led a decline in housing starts.
Several factors are contributing to a run-up in home prices that might signal a bubble.
Homeownership continues to decline, even as the housing market improves.
High demand and low inventory is bringing back bidding wars.