"When sellers see their neighbors' homes selling quickly and for prices they never would have imagined a couple of years ago, they can't help but be optimistic about the market," says one real estate pro.
An immigration bill filed last week by a handful of bipartisan senators could trigger widespread change for the housing market if passed.
As housing values rise, home-equity loans and lines of credit are staging a comeback, MSN Money reports.
Home sales are mostly "stuck" this spring, due to the limited number of homes available to buy, says NAR's chief economist.
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As banks seek options to help delinquent home owners, some lenders are eyeing deeds in lieu of foreclosure as the answer.
Rental costs have been on the rise, outpacing stagnant salaries, and widening the affordability gap, according to a new study.
For the first time since 2008, the number of borrowers who are behind on their payments or in foreclosure dropped below 5 million, according to a new report.