Millennials affect real estate, both positively and negatively

Many of the budding millennial housing sector - comprised of potential home buyers born during and after the 1980s, or Gen Y - aren't able to participate in the revitalized real estate growth that has spanned the United States over the past year.
Many of the budding millennial housing sector - comprised of potential home buyers born during and after the 1980s, or Gen Y - aren't able to participate in the revitalized real estate growth that has spanned the United States over the past year. [More]


Change in FHFA head should alter real estate market

A member of the House of Representatives may be closer to leading the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
A member of the House of Representatives may be closer to leading the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency. [More]


Housing recovery should continue despite rising rates

One apparent negative for the housing market may be the rising mortgage rates, but other factors seem to show that despite an increase, the overall market won't slow down anytime soon.
One apparent negative for the housing market may be the rising mortgage rates, but other factors seem to show that despite an increase, the overall market won't slow down anytime soon. [More]


An abundance of cash, foreign buyers fuel market

Thanks to an influx of foreign buyers, investors, and young professionals with large sums of cash, real estate in the U.S. is selling fast.
Thanks to an influx of foreign buyers, investors, and young professionals with large sums of cash, real estate in the U.S. is selling fast. [More]


Builder confidence, new home sales up

Across the United States home buyers and home builders are gaining confidence in the housing market.
Across the United States home buyers and home builders are gaining confidence in the housing market. [More]


Federal housing scorecard shows improving market at midpoint of 2013

Greener pastures may be just ahead for the housing market, but as a precaution the Obama Administration recommends tempered expectations.
Greener pastures may be just ahead for the housing market, but as a precaution the Obama Administration recommends tempered expectations. [More]


Number of homes for sale slowly reaching pre-recession levels

Thankfully, over the past several months the number of listed homes for sale is growing toward the normal levels expected.
Thankfully, over the past several months the number of listed homes for sale is growing toward the normal levels expected. [More]


Sale of luxury homes, prices rise

The sale of luxury, high-commission homes experienced an uptick in recent months, as houses priced over $500,000 finally began to move from the market.
The sale of luxury, high-commission homes experienced an uptick in recent months, as houses priced over $500,000 finally began to move from the market. [More]


Housing starts expected to increase in July

Realtors may find themselves selling houses that aren't yet in existence, as the demand for homes rose above inventory in May and June, prompting buyers to purchase homes prior to being built.
Realtors may find themselves selling houses that aren't yet in existence, as the demand for homes rose above inventory in May and June, prompting buyers to purchase homes prior to being built. [More]


Experts are optimistic about May's housing market

Real estate agents have less to worry about, as all signs point to a strengthening economy.
Real estate agents have less to worry about, as all signs point to a strengthening economy. [More]