While it’s a seller’s market, sellers should still take a few important steps to fetch top dollar for their home and sell their property quickly. Here are four tips.
The mass transition to remote work during COVID-19 is reinforcing a trend that has been gaining momentum in recent years—namely, many people fleeing expensive cities in favor of more affordable locations.
The demand for manufactured housing has fluctuated over time, often coinciding with changes in borrowing requirements for mortgage applicants.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, millions of Americans are hunkering down at home. But for the 34 million adults who live alone in the U.S., the pandemic and economic downturn bring a unique set of challenges.
Over the past few years, homeownership rates for millennials have been slowly on the rise. Certain cities are known for having ideal economic conditions for millennial home buyers.
While population growth has slowed at the national level, population changes at the state and city level vary widely. These cities are the fastest-growing cities in America.
It’s been over a decade since the collapse of the U.S. housing market and the ensuing Great Recession. Rent prices have only increased nationally over the same time period—making owning a home increasingly more expensive compared to renting.
Homeownership has not recovered from its pre-recession levels, and growing concerns around COVID-19’s impact on the economy suggest those levels won’t be retaken any time soon.
New housing construction in the U.S. is slowing down, which isn’t good for families already struggling to afford their first home. A shift away from single-family homes has failed to lower prices.
Housing prices have outpaced wages consistently over the last two decades, making homeownership increasingly difficult in many places across the United States. Use our map and graph to see how your area compares.