A lack of homes for sale is keeping buyers at bay. Signed contracts to buy existing homes remained essentially flat in December.
Sales growth of properties in China will tumble this year as a result of slowing economic expansion and developers’ high debt levels, Moody’s has said.
Executives at largest homebuilder aren’t afraid to admit it: Cheap works. Its recent launch into the entry-level market is paying off.
The robust rebound in existing homes sales in December had everything to do with this.
Restaurants and hot chefs are the new development magnets, especially for millennials.
The sell-off in the stock market was a boon to the mortgage market last week, driven by refinances.
Homebuilders may be reconsidering their bullish projections as a monthly survey of sentiment held steady in January.
The sharp drop in mortgage activity over the holidays was clearly temporary.
High rents and falling vacancies have characterized the U.S. apartment market for the past six years, but that is suddenly changing.
China nearly quadrupled its U.S. real estate play in a year. As China’s economy and stock market spiral, will that help or hurt here?