Real Estate News | Real Estate News & Insights Senior Economist George Ratiu reviews the week’s economic reports and how they relate to trends in new listings, …

The trend toward ‘less is more’ has been turned on its head by months spent under lockdown, making it an opportune time for sellers looking to unload estates with extra acreage.

Homeowners stand to save money by refinancing, but some factors may make getting a new loan less worthwhile.

Wouldn’t it be nice to leave the big-city apartment or the cramped, suburban house behind and weather the pandemic in a sprawling house in a resort area?

Compared with the previous year, new home sales were up 12.7% in May. April’s new-home sales figures, meanwhile, saw a significant downward revision.

Record-low interest rates have lured buyers off the sidelines in recent weeks, economists and brokerages say, and they expect sales to pick up starting in June.

Millions of Americans are out of work. But for many, tapping their home equity isn’t an option as lenders tighten their standards.

Construction of new houses rose 4.3% in May as a reopening U.S. economy and ultra-low mortgage rates drew more buyers and encouraged builders to start to speed up work.

Mortgage interest rates are all over the place. In the past week, they’ve gone up and then fallen to new all-time lows.

An official recession, a deadly pandemic, and a national reckoning on racism aren’t blunting the housing market’s rebound. The summer home-buying season is heating up.

An improving economy and lower-than-anticipated unemployment are beginning to turn up the heat on this summer’s housing market. Chief Economist gives the lowdown on the week’s news and what it means for home buyers and sellers. 

The pandemic that has swept around the world is taking its toll on the housing market. Realtor® Devin Ratoosh explains what that means for home …

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