Home equity lines of credit, once popular during the housing boom days, are back, but home owners are using them more cautiously, lenders say.
As tax time approaches, HousingWire takes a look at the housing markets with some of the lightest tax burdens.
The average new-home size has increased more than 300 square feet since 2009, filling the extra space with more bedrooms, bathrooms, and amenities.
Rising student loan debt continues to hold young Americans back from home ownership, but lenders and real estate professionals say it doesn't have to be a deal killer.
Occupants of some retrofitted buildings are finding that mold and bacteria can thrive in some otherwise ideal environments.
Taking a closer look at Existing Home Sales price data reveals an interesting trend going on in the market.
The estimated monthly house payment for a median-priced three-bedroom home purchased at the end of 2013 was 21 percent higher than it was at the end of 2012, RealtyTrac finds.
Now that the worst of the foreclosure crisis is in the rearview mirror, former home owners who lost their homes to a short sale or foreclosure are re-entering the housing market.
What data is the best estimate of real trends in the housing market – not just noise? Find out in a recent blog post from NAR's research department.
North Dakota's oil boom – mostly centered in the western part of the state – is prompting record-high home and rental prices across the state.