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One of the great arguments of the NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) crowd is the concern that the introduction of low-income housing will deflate home values in neighborhoods striving for property wealth.

It appears that the transitional aspect of September went beyond the change from summer to autumn—in the housing world, September also saw a transition from high home prices to even higher home prices.

Will the Federal Housing Finance Agency's (FHFA) decision to raise conforming loan limits for the first time in a decade help to boost mortgage lending volume in 2017?

Home prices continued their seemingly endless upward movement, according to the latest Home Price Index report from Black Knight Financial Services Inc. (BKFS).

Total existing-home sales increased by two percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.60 million from an upwardly revised 5.49 million in September, according to new data from the

Next year will be a positive experience for the housing market, according to a new slate of 2017 predictions offered by Zillow.

An absence of affordable inventory for first-time homebuyers is preventing the housing market from reaching a higher level of activity and vitality, according to the results of First American F

It has been 10 days since Donald Trump won the presidential election, and the incoming chief executive is being excoriated by congressional Democrats and the chairwoman of the Federal Reserve.