The homeownership rate for the first quarter of 2015 fell to 63.7 percent.
If you’ve gone through foreclosure, and you’re looking for a second chance at the American dream, there is still hope.
The Federal Reserve’s Beige Book survey, which is based on input from business sources across the nation, predicts that the spring homebuying season will be strong.
Even as the overall housing market perks up, the second-home market is wagging its tail, too.
As the spring homebuying season kicks off, if you have been thinking about buying a home but not yet gotten around to it, now might be a good time to jump into the market.
The average home improvement project budget this year is $4,100, up from $4,000 in 2014, according to the Amex survey.
Real estate has come roaring back, at least for the rich.
The homeownership rate keeps sinking. Now it’s at its lowest level since 1994.
Investment advisers typically measure a client’s degree of risk aversion as part of the process of making investment recommendations and building client portfolios.
It’s the confusing time of the month, when corporations, lobbyists and federal regulators trumpet their stats on home sales and home prices.