This report examines real estate firms: their characteristics, business activity, education and training they offer employees, and their outlook.
The findings show that student debt does hold back home buyers.
The housing affordability crisis is an issue that has widespread budgetary implications for families. Using publicly available data, a strong connection is made between housing affordability and food insecurity in this report.
Millions of people moved during the pandemic, driven by the opportunity to work remotely, the desire for more space, and better affordability. Where do people move a year into the pandemic? Are suburbs and small cities gaining even more movers?
This survey breaks down home sales by primary, vacation, and investment properties, and looks at non-primary residence transactions.
The Loan Type Survey looks at multiple aspects of financing, including the types of loans and loan products members' clients are using, how they affect home buyers' offers, and what loan products are least attractive to home sellers.
This report examines the distinct differences found between LGBTQ, non-LGBTQ, lesbian and gay, and bisexual buyers and sellers.
The conversion of vacant hotels/motels is a win-win solution to address the underutilization of hotels/motels and help alleviate the housing shortage.
The commercial real estate market is recovering but remains weak compared to conditions before the COVID-19 pandemic.
This paper examines the purchase price differences among home buyers from January 2014 to December 2017 who purchased a primary residence property. In addition, the paper examines how the purchase price can lead to further wealth gaps through equity in homeownership.