Get ready to shell out $15,000 a month to live in some of these coastal locales.
Soaring mortgage rates have priced buyers out of the market, but some experts are saying to buy now and refinance later. Is it really that easy? Here's what to know.
The average net worth of homeowners stood at $1.53 million in 2022.
High Mortgage Rates Are Fueling Record Housing Pessimism—So Why Are Experts Saying Now Is the Time to Buy?
An overwhelming 84% of respondents in a recent Fannie Mae survey believe that the current housing market is unfavorable for buying a home.
One-bedroom apartments in one California city experienced a substantial 7.2% drop in rent prices compared to the previous year.
U.S. Mortgage Rates Surge to 7.49%, Posing New Challenges for Homebuyers — But Shopping Around for Rates Could Lead to Thousands in Savings
As mortgage rates continue to rise, so do median home sale prices.
A recent report by Zillow found that Florida has edged out New York as the second most valuable housing market in the U.S., while California is still No. 1.
The initiative comes amid a nearly 40-year low in housing affordability.
Falling Home Depot Sales Are Typically Bad News for the Housing Market — But Warren Buffett's Recent Move Reveals Another Striking Development
Millions of U.S. homeowners can't afford to give up their current mortgage rates.
Airfare Prices Are Dropping as Inflation Cools, According to the June Inflation Report. Will Rent Prices Be Next?
The latest numbers were released Wednesday.
A new report by U.S. News found that San Diego is the most expensive city to live in for 2023-2024, followed by Los Angeles. New York City didn't even rank in the top 10.
Depending on where you live, your monthly mortgage payment can be as low as $1,700 — or as high as $3,600.
As a seasoned real estate broker, I've had my fair share of adventures in the wild world of property buying and selling.
'There's This Fear That Everything Will Crash': Home Prices Are Falling, But There's Still a Lack of Listings
In March, the median home price in the U.S. fell by 3.3%, marking the largest year-over-year drop in over a decade.