Through creative placemaking, communities can revive underutilized and distressed properties and reinvigorate the local economy.
“A shift toward rental buildings means less access to homeownership over the long run,” says NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun.
Despite threats from the rapidly spreading delta variant, retailers and property owners are benefiting from an increase in shoppers.
College towns can offer an affordable lifestyle and steady economies. Realtor.com® identifies the top college town prospects for buyers.
Renters want more space, and investors are rushing to find open land for built-for-rent single-family communities.
Falling lumber prices are helping to bring costs down, but the decline is being offset by several increases in the following housing materials.
The Sunshine State had five of the 10 strongest commercial markets in the second quarter.
CoStar data shows 2021 will have the fewest store closings in the U.S. in more than a decade.
Small inns and bed and breakfasts had business decline during the pandemic, but some operators are recasting them as single-family homes to buy.
A move to emphasize more green space may help employers attract workers back to the office.
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