A housing index that tracks improving housing markets showed signs of cooling this month.
During the first six months of this year, home prices jumped 10 percent, the fastest pace in 36 years, CoreLogic reports.
Resident foreigners, including recent immigrants, typically look for a home for their residence - frequently in a suburb. In contrast, non-resident foreigners more frequently look for vacation homes - typically in a resort.
Every state and the District of Columbia saw a dip in mortgage delinquencies in the second quarter, with some posting double-digit drops, according to TransUnion.
Nearly 90 percent of U.S. housing markets are expected to see price appreciation in the next year, but some housing markets are seeing more drastic gains than others, according to a new report.
The National Association of REALTORS® is excited to be in San Francisco, November 8-11, for the 2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo. There are a number of things to see and do in one of America’s greatest and most beautiful cities.
Find out how the characteristics of first-time buyers are different from those of the market as a whole.
The sharp rise in mortgage rates from May to July of this year presents an opportunity to reflect on the merits of one pillar of the US mortgage finance system.
The second quarter marked a noticeable improvement in the recovery trajectory of commercial REALTOR® markets.
NAR's tenth Housing Pulse Survey shows a stronger environment for home sales and home ownership and less concern about jobs and foreclosures than in 2011.