The data follows several strong reports over the last few weeks, suggesting the economy was gaining speed in Q2.
Near their highest levels ever, median home prices are still not reflecting a “bubble.” A housing economist explains why.
About 700,000 boomerang buyers will be eligible for credit again this year, and up to 2.2 million over the next five years.
Restrictions against some firms stemmed from foreclosures that had not actually been reviewed before signing.
More than 60 percent of builders surveyed in May reported that the overall supply of developed lots is low.
Technology workers are leaving Silicon Valley and moving to new cities—and it’s impacting housing prices, a study found.
A resurgence in the move-up buyer, who had been stuck in place during the recession, is boosting San Diego’s housing sales.
Homes that sat vacant but not repossessed are now being pushed aggressively through the foreclosure process as home prices rise.
Interest rates rose to the highest level this year, but mortgage applications surged. Here’s why.
Efforts by borrowers and the government to help many homeowners have not kept them from the risk of losing their houses.