Residential

The Big Apple has become increasingly tastier for Russians in search of U.S. real estate
The Big Apple has become increasingly tastier for Russians in search of U.S. real estate, according to new data released by the residential start-up TripleMint.   In tracking inquiries from prospective international buyers searching the TripleMint Web site for New York residential property, the... Keep Reading....
The average household shells out $2,149 annually on property taxes for their homes, but some states require their residents to pay far more than others.   In a new data analysis released by WalletHub, Hawaii was identified as the state with the lowest real-estate tax: a 0.27 percent rate, with $... more
First-time homebuyers in California are having the hardest time achieving their homeownership goal, according to a new data analysis from Bankrate.com.   This new study evaluated all 50 states based on home affordability relative to median income, credit availability, unemployment, market... more
The new year kicked off on a positive note regarding prospective homeowners, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Jan. 6
Home prices continued their seemingly unstoppable ascent in the latest data from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices.   The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index set a 30-month annual return high in December 2016 with a 5.8 percent annual gain, up from 5.6... more
When it comes to paying monthly rent for a residence, the U.S. offers four of the world’s 10 most expensive rental markets.   According to a new study of 87 global cities by the British property firm Nested, San Francisco offered the world’s most expensive rental market, where the monthly rent for... more