The baby bust has likely been fueled by both economic and health concerns of women during the pandemic.
Matt Christopherson, one of the lead authors of Real Estate in a Digital Age, talks about how to use the report, data insights, and the survey results he found most interesting.
Mortgage rates rose sharply this week following the trend of the 10-year Treasury yield, with the 30-year fixed mortgage rate increasing to 3.01% from 2.88% the previous week.
Homeownership and the dream of homeownership is alive and well among millennials; there are a number of myths about millennials, spending, and student debt.
August's pending home sales pace increased 8.1% last month but fell 8.3% from a year ago.
Elevated demand for industrial space continues as consumer spending habits with the convenience of online shopping persist.
Overall, the office market continues to see negative net absorption, rising vacancy rates, and lower asking rent in 2021 Q3 compared to one year ago.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released a new experimental Monthly State Retail Sales (MSRS) data product that combines monthly retail trade survey data, administrative data, and third-party data that features modeled state-level retail sales.
While women have made strides in the overall workforce, they have continued to break barriers in real estate.
Sidnee Holmes, lead author of the REALTOR® Safety report, provides perspectives on the report highlights, insights into the data, and the results she found to be most interesting.
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