Residential

The Rocky Mountain High that Colorado’s pricey Aspen-area housing market experienced in 2015—with sales breaking the $2 billion barrier—was followed by a significant drop-off

The Rocky Mountain High that Colorado’s pricey Aspen-area housing market experienced in 2015—with sales breaking the $2 billion barrier—was followed by a significant drop-off.

More Recent Articles

Although the average U.S. home value increased by $13,500 from last year, the historically low interest rates that have become the new normal have resulted in the monthly protection and indemnity insurance on the median-priced home is one dollar less than it was a year ago.

The third quarter was a mostly quiet period for housing in the Lone Star State,

Everyone has heard of Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa—and it seems that San Francisco has its own version with the Millennium Tower, a 58-story luxury condo that has sunk 16 inches and has tilted by two inches. However, the city does not see this as a new tourist attraction—instead, it is filing a lawsuit against the property’s developer.

Confidence among builders in the single-family 55+ housing market is holding strong in the third quarter, according to the

Seven of the 10 most expensive housing markets in the third quarter were located in California, according to

Last month was a positive 31-day stretch for potential homeowners: The

Black and Hispanic borrowers are still more likely to be denied on their mortgage applications, even though rejection rates have decreased over the past half-decade,

Florida and California are home to renters that carry the highest cost burdens on their housing expenses, according to new data released by Abodo.

Pages