In 2017, the fastest month to sell a home was in May, with an average time on the market of 27 days.
While home prices in the U.S. are expected to increase in 2018 by roughly 2%, some states could see greater increases, and some could see decreases. Here are some predictions from the National Association of REALTORS® for states where the housing market could grow or decline.
In 2017, home price appreciation spanned a range from 16.5% to 0.3%.
Home sellers were most likely to be happy, and prospective first-time buyers were most likely to be frustrated.
Eight in 10 aspiring buyers reported that homeownership is part of their American Dream in the last quarter of 2017.
Can a groundhog and his shadow predict the direction of existing-home sales and prices in the year ahead? You decide. Here is what happened the past 20 years.
The Philadelphia and New England football teams last faced each other in the championship game in 2005. A comparison of home prices in the two metropolitan areas in 2005 and 2018 shows a difference in the percentage of home price increase.
January 31 was the first blue moon since May 2016. How has the housing market changed since then?
The information in this infographic is from December 2017 Pending Home Sales data.
This infographic shows the latest housing numbers for home sales, median home prices, housing starts, and new home sales.