Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac implemented new timelines this summer aimed at speeding up short sales, which have helped short sales skyrocket in the third quarter of 2012.
A Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that sellers in the state do not have to legally disclose "psychological defects" when trying to sell their house.
Foreclosures are decreasing nationwide, but a few pockets across the country are still expected to see elevated levels in 2013.
A recent Fannie Mae survey finds consumers expect home prices to increase over the next 12 months.
Whether the Mars One project is successful in its aims or not, it seems likely that humans will set foot on that planet sometime in this century. What would selling real estate on Mars be like?
The U.S. Census Bureau and HUD recently released their biennual comprehensive national housing survey, which provides data on housing inventories, demographics, home improvements, mortgages, and more.
Wealthy home owners who were trying to beat the fiscal cliff helped send luxury home sales soaring at the end of 2012.
Major banks get hit with another big settlement over past foreclosure abuses.
An index that identifies metro areas where growth has occurred in employment, home prices, and the number of housing permits allotted for at least six consecutive months has nearly doubled in the past two months.
"A housing revival is key to any optimism about the broader economy and jobs," writes one economist.