An economist explains how the coming shift toward urban and multifamily living will change the face of housing demand across the nation.
This video contains highlights of Dr. Phillip L. Swagel's talk about Housing Finance Reform, proposed plans, the new role(s) that Fannie and Freddie should play, and the importance of protecting access to homeownership.
This video contains Dr. Phillip L. Swagel's full talk about Housing Finance Reform, proposed plans, the new role(s) that Fannie and Freddie should play, and the importance of protecting access to homeownership.
Out of 56 U.S. markets that are at or above normal economic and housing levels, 48 of them are areas with populations under 500,000.
In the past 12 months, 2.3 million net new jobs have been added, representing a growth rate of 1.7 percent for the country as a whole.
Americans consider the housing recovery to be on "firm footing," and more consumers are upbeat about price gains as well as buying and selling, according to the latest housing survey from Fannie Mae.
While the majority of states still remain below their 2006 peak values, a handful of states have set a new bar with home prices. Find out where.
REALTORS® generally expect modest price increases in the next 12 months with demand easing and more inventory coming into the market.
More people are moving to the Sun Belt region, with many choosing to head South and West rather than to the Northeast and Midwest, the Census Bureau reports.
High income earners shop for mortgages distinctly different than lower income earners, finds a new Fannie May study.