Hispanics leads the surge in U.S. home ownership and also make up the fastest-growing group of first-time home buyers, according to a new report.
The real estate industry's anxiety over the threat distressed homes pose to the recovery has lessened over the past few months thanks to a reduction in the shadow inventory.
Bidding wars are brewing again in more housing markets, and buyers are finding themselves up against increased competition in snagging a home.
Greg Fay, founder of Fay Ranches brokerage, likens the complex process of taking a ranch from due diligence to the closing table as nothing short of real estate combat.
Even when economic times are tough, real estate activity has a positive impact on state economies. Read the state-by-state economic impact reports.
Join NAR economist Jessica Lautz at 2 p.m. EST on March 28, 2013 for a Twitter chat on buyer home feature preferences. Use #HomeFeatures13 to participate.
Here are 10 metros where college grads are most likely to find housing, work, and a suitable paycheck, according to a new study.
Farmland values have risen rapidly over the past few years, renewing fears of a bursting bubble in that sector.
A growing crop of buyers are being lured by bargains to purchase their retirement homes years before they ever plan on retiring.
Home prices are inching higher and mortgage rates are expected to soon follow, and more potential buyers are weighing whether to jump in now or risk paying more by purchasing a house later.