The rich are different from you and me: They’re buying real estate.
Houses look more affordable than ever. But prices will have to fall further before many Americans can actually afford to buy one.
That big sucking sound you heard last week? That was the air being taken out of the housing market by a slew of bad reports followed by some dire predictions by an industry bubble-spotter.
It’s your vacation. Where would you prefer to return to after a busy day, a cramped hotel room or a real home with a cushy sofa, a patio and a refrigerator to raid?
In the latest blow to Obama signature programs, Republicans are now aiming to kill several White House plans aimed at keeping underwater borrowers in their homes.
The new year has brought little cheer to new-home builders: Their sales fell a shocking 11.2% between December and January and 18.6% from 12 months earlier.
Housing bear David Rosenberg says that apartment REITs should continue their streak for the foreseeable future.
Home prices are down but sales are up, somewhat contradictory trends.
Sales of existing homes recorded modest gains in January, the third straight month of month-over-month increases.
Home prices took a big hit at the end of 2010, even as the rest of the economy gained steam.