“It’s too early to say for sure whether home flippers indeed have gone into an extended holding pattern,” says a housing analyst.
The new housing development sets out to be the largest net-zero community in the nation—and possibly the world, CNBC reports.
Apartment rents are climbing again, with tech hubs seeing some of the biggest jumps.
Some of the country's poorest neighborhoods are seeing annual price increases in line with those in more affluent areas, study finds.
Experts see gains for hospitality, retail, apartments, and industrial, but the work-from-home trend continues to be a factor in the office sector.
A U.S. District Court ruled Wednesday that the nationwide eviction moratorium is unlawful, though the Department of Justice quickly appealed.
With some calling for the repeal of like-kind exchanges, practitioners show how the misunderstood provision can be a boon for communities.
As office and retail sectors face ongoing pressure, a major reimagining of building spaces is underway.
Changes to city policies, zoning, and leasing agreements are needed to accommodate the altered commercial landscape brought on by the pandemic.
As short-term renters plan vacations, technology can help property managers ensure everyone’s comfort.
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