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The home equity conversion mortgage (HECM) market saw a spike in activity last month, according to new data published by Reverse Mortgage Insight
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $10 million in "sweat equity" grants...Read more
Although Michigan law prevents government officials from participating in foreclosure auctions, the family of Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree took part in multiple Detroit-area auctions
Although Michigan law prevents government officials from participating in foreclosure auctions, the...Read more
While Amazon abruptly cancelled its plans for a second headquarters in New York City, another online giant has announced that it is expanding its nationwide presence
While Amazon abruptly cancelled its plans for a second headquarters in New York City, another...Read more
Single-family pending home sales in Massachusetts totaled 3,667 transactions in January, according to data from the Massachusetts Association of Realtors (MAR)
Single-family pending home sales in Massachusetts totaled 3,667 transactions in January, according...Read more
San Francisco Mayor London Breed is planning to introduce an ordinance designed to remove the fees charged by the city to developers who build or renovate 100 percent affordable housing projects and accessory dwelling units (ADUs)
San Francisco Mayor London Breed is planning to introduce an ordinance designed to remove the fees...Read more
The high cost of housing in California’s Bay Area is has fueled the relocation of a disproportionate number of nonwhite residents, according to a study from the University of California Berkeley and the California Housing Partnership
The high cost of housing in California’s Bay Area is has fueled the relocation of a...Read more
The Florida housing market saw more new listings and higher sales prices in January, according to data from Florida Realtors
Florida dominated a new list from 55Places.com ranking the most affordable housing markets, with...Read more
Kenneth Griffin, the founder of the hedge fund Citadel, has set a record for the highest price ever paid for a U.S. residence: $238 million for a penthouse overlooking New York City’s Central Park
Kenneth Griffin, the founder of the hedge fund Citadel, has set a record for the highest price ever...Read more
Pittsburgh topped the list of stay-in-place homeowners with an average housing tenure of 7.54 years
Northeast cities have the greatest number of homeowners who stay in their residences for the...Read more
Florida’s home sales ended December on a down note, according to new data from Florida Realtors
Florida’s home sales ended December on a down note, according to new data from Florida Realtors ...Read more