How Housing Wealth is Transferring From Families to Corporations
From CityLab.com: When most people think of housing, they separate it into two types: single-family suburban homes that people own, and ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on October 11, 2019
The Hottest Real Estate Markets in America
From Realtor.com: As we closed the books on May, even the hottest real estate markets in America were just coasting along, with the typical ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on June 17, 2019
Kentucky Housing Sales Show Strong Market in 2015
From C-J.com: The housing market in Kentucky had a record-setting year in 2015. The Kentucky Association of Realtors reports that total ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on March 1, 2016
Is The U.S. Housing Market Strong Enough To Handle Fed Rate Hike?
From Reuters.com: The U.S. housing market is probably strong enough to stand up against an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on August 28, 2015
Existing Home Sales Spike
Existing-home sales jumped in March to their highest annual rate in 18 months, while unsold inventory showed needed improvement, according to ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on April 23, 2015
Housing Recovery in Red States Trounces Blue States
In the past two years, the housing markets have recovered faster in red states than in blue, a new analysis reveals. According to data ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on November 5, 2014
Housing Price Appreciation Expected to Hit 7%
Despite a weak first quarter, home prices are still expected to rise by 7% in 2014, according to Wall Street analysts. “We continue to ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on April 29, 2014
Strongest Housing Markets in 2014 State-By-State
(Originally posted on Bloomberg Businessweek.com)
A housing market rebound seems tenuous following the expiration of the home buyer tax credit, and ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on January 25, 2014
Home Prices Post Biggest Gain in 7 Years
Home prices are moving up at a quicker pace, rising in May by their largest annual amount in more than seven years with more to come, according to ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on July 3, 2013
Where Houses Sell In A Day
Here’s a sign of how tight inventory levels have been lately: More homes are selling in a flash—finding a buyer within 24 hours of being ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on June 10, 2013
Case-Shiller: Home Prices Soar
Home prices continued to speed upward in March, posting their biggest year-over-year gain since April 2006, according to a widely-followed index....
Posted by Jay Gulick on June 3, 2013
The 10 Hottest Housing Markets of 2013...So Far
After a long and painful downturn in the housing market, home prices in many—but not all—regions of the U.S. are showing signs of ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on May 13, 2013
Nationwide Real Estate Supply Down and Prices Up
Sales of existing homes rose in July even with constraints of affordable inventory, and the national median price is showing five consecutive months ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on August 24, 2012
Home Buying: Most Affordable In Decades
Buying a home is now more affordable than it has been in the last twenty years. Thanks to continued declines in home prices and ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on February 26, 2012
10 Cities Where List Prices Soared Last Month
Median list prices nationwide have risen 4.05 percent on a year-over-year basis, according to November housing data of 146 metro areas ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on December 22, 2011
12 Housing Markets Seeing The Biggest Turnarounds
The National Association of Home Builders is debuting a new economic index that highlights metro areas that are seeing the most improvement in their ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on September 12, 2011
Freddie Mac Claims Better Days Ahead In Housing
Freddie Mac Chief Economist Frank Nothaft said mortgage rates will likely remain historical lows of between 4.5 percent and 5 percent for the ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on June 28, 2011
Home Sales Up Nearly 4%
Investors drove up U.S. home sales last month, plunking down cash to grab cheap homes at risk of foreclosure. But purchases made by first-time ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on April 21, 2011