Home Prices Are Sky-High in California and New York — But People in Another State Have to Save the Longest to Buy
Soaring mortgage rates amid inflation have kept prospective buyers across the U.S. at bay.
A 'Silver Tsunami' Is About to Upend the Housing Market, Says Analyst Who Accurately Predicted the 2008 Financial Crisis
A rash of Baby Boomers nearing retirement are expected to start downsizing next year.
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.
New data found that the average American would need to spend 42.9% of their income to afford a median-priced house.
For the third week in a row, mortgage interest rates fell, triggering a 7% increase in mortgage applications.
With so much speculation regarding the forecast of America's economy and how inflation rates will change, those in the property market need to know how inflation can affect the real estate sector.