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Economists expect single-family housing starts to continue to strengthen throughout the year, buoyed by job growth, new household formations, and...
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Developers are taking note of young professionals' desire for a “hipper, urban-esque” suburbia.
Mortgage rates ticked up slightly last week, softening home owners’ rush to refinance their mortgages.
“What we’re seeing now is master bathrooms and master bedrooms being almost the same size,” says one developer.
As lot sizes slowly get smaller, houses are getting larger, with one inevitable result: Lawns are shrinking.
While no one is uttering the words “bubble” yet, these housing markets are showing some signs of overheating, according to new realtor...
Today’s first-time home buyers are bypassing the “starter home” and instead buying larger homes that meet their needs now and in...
There are some big changes in store for Coldwell Banker as ERA’s current CEO Charlie Young becomes the new CEO, effective Sept. 1.
Higher inflation is likely in the second half of this year and into 2017. What does that mean for housing?
Department stores are getting pushed out, while malls look for anchors that are restaurants or specialty stores to boost visitor traffic.
Some home owners try to unload some odd things with their home sale, from snow machines to even the family dog.
More Americans are placing their closeness to transit as a priority in their home search.
The number of multi-generational households is rapidly growing. This is prompting builders and designers to re-assess how they build and...
Tiny homes are growing in popularity, but some owners are struggling to find a place to put them.
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The RealtyUSA and Hanna Real Estate Services merger will create the third largest residential real estate company in the country.
Mortgage rates are likely to remain low throughout the summer, Freddie Mac reports.