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Is the Apartment Sector Cooling?

October 8, 2012: 

The national vacancy rate fell to 4.6 percent in the third quarter, which is traditionally one of the strongest quarters of the year.

Asking Prices Soar Nationwide

October 8, 2012: 

Asking prices posted their largest year-over-year increase since the beginning of the housing slump, a new report shows.

Housing Scorecard: Home Equity on the Rise

October 8, 2012: 

More home owners are finding equity once again in their homes, according to the September Housing Scorecard from the Obama administration.

CoreLogic: Home Prices Rise at Accelerated Levels

October 3, 2012: 

Home prices rose in August by their largest amount since July 2006, CoreLogic reports in its August Home Price Index, which includes distressed sales.

Fiserv: Home Prices Still Have a Long Way to Climb

September 27, 2012: 

Despite recent progress, home prices still have a long way to go to return to the peaks they reached during the housing boom, the analytics firm Fiserv reports.

New-Home Prices Soar to 5-Year High

September 27, 2012: 

As inventory remains at record lows, prices of new homes jumped a record-breaking 11.2 percent in August, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Wednesday.

Pending Home Sales Decline in August

September 27, 2012: 

After reaching a two-year peak, pending home sales fell in August but are at elevated levels compared with a year ago, according to the National Association of Realtors®.

Video: Pending Home Sales Down in August

September 27, 2012: 

NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about pending home sales, which fell in August but are at elevated levels compared with a year ago.

Home Prices Continue to Rise Over Last Year's Levels

September 26, 2012: 

More housing reports were released on Tuesday showing home prices on the rise throughout the country.

We Can Do Better Than 12% Mobility

September 25, 2012: 

In the past 25 years, the mobility rate in America has steadily declined. Last year only 12 percent of the population moved, a troubling economic indicator.