Investors are taking more inventory off the market than they’re adding—and are now being blamed for making the inventory crisis worse in some areas.
Mr. President, there are many reasons why we shouldn’t cap the 1031 like-kind exchange.
As the inventory shortage forced more people to rent, the national median rental price jumped 8.1% from a year ago, realtor.com® reports.
Vacant outlets in prime locations are gaining a new life, fueled by brisk housing markets. Here's how you and your clients can use them wisely.
When the home supply hit record lows, these real estate pros set out to create their own inventory.
Shops close to grocery stores, which have shown particular resiliency during the pandemic, are seeing an uptick in business.
Retailers are feverishly hunting for more space to fulfill a record number of online orders.
Remote work and mobility top this year’s list from the Counselors of Real Estate. Find out what other issues should be on your radar.
“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.
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