The strongest improvements in median sale prices over the four-quarter period ending in June of 2013 were dominated by markets from the Sun Belt and Atlanta.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun discusses the strong rise in existing-home sales in July 2013, and the factors that caused the rise.
The housing recovery rolls on with some markets seeing bigger progress than others.
Existing-home sales rose strongly in July, with the median price maintaining double-digit year-over-year increases.
Single-family housing starts fell to an eight-month low last month, prompting economists to question why new-home construction is still below rising demand.
Housing price increases is good for the overall economy, but the gap between moderate-income family earnings and the cost of housing is widening in many markets.
Which U.S. cities are leading the nation's housing recovery? Realtor.com® has released its second quarter rankings—and one of the metros may surprise you.
Could the severe inventory shortages that have plagued many markets the last few months be nearing an end?
With lenders cautious about oversight and litigation, lending is still tight for borrowers with less than pristine credit.
The Obama Administration's July Housing Scorecard reveals signs of strength in real estate, prompting HUD to call for reform that will "reduce the federal government footprint and ensure that private capital takes a sustainable central role."