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Homeowner associations are growing more common as more cities require them in new developments to provide services like road maintenance and trash removal.
With employers showing flexibility, many older Americans, freed from the routine of a commute, are deciding to move now.
The paint firm’s color choice is a bronze hue that aims to evoke a sense of calm and the great outdoors.
The proposed rule would cut existing protections for those in this class who seek emergency shelter, NAR argues.
“Further gains are likely for the remainder of the year, with mortgage rates hovering around 3% and continued job recovery,” says Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist. Read more from NAR’s latest housing report.
“Once January comes, that’s when the carnage will come,” one investment firm says about a wave of foreclosures that it's preparing to snatch up.
Retirees are reportedly shying away from sprawling developments in favor of customized housing that appeals to their active lifestyle.
The housing market remained strong in the second quarter. See which states had the highest average home equity gains.
Inspectors in some areas of the country are in such high demand that they are booked up weeks in advance, according to reports.
Researchers say homeowners should consider their landscaping when determining ways to keep their homes safe from fires.
An inspection costs a few hundred dollars now yet could save buyers tens of thousands of dollars later. Still, bidding wars and an inspector shortage have stifled demand.
The federal agency behind Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac says July home prices rose 1% above June home prices and 6.5% in a year-to-year comparison.
First Community Insurance Co. wants an average 24.5% increase largely targeted to its “legacy” customers – owners under an older program rather than its newer one.
Deep-pocket investors – notably the mega companies that buy single-family homes and turn them into rentals – expect a rash of foreclosures to start appearing in 2021.
The governor supports a limit to coronavirus-related litigation because he “believes it holds the economy back,” and he suggested the Florida Legislature could hold a special session in Nov. While tort reform is usually a contentious issue, business...
House lawmakers agreed to keep the government running until Dec. 11 after each party made some tradeoffs. The Senate and president are expected to approve the plan.
Garages eat up valuable urban space, and pandemic-led work changes and a greater use of car driving services like Uber and Lyft could permanently ease demand.
Fla. has the nation’s 5th worst legal ranking, the Fla. Chamber of Commerce CEO said this month. “That costs local businesses. It raises prices. It raises insurance rates.”
Mobile-home parks have held strong during the pandemic, and Blackstone appears to be buying a number of Fla. parks owned by Summit Communities for about $550M.
U.S. home sales rose for the third straight month in Aug. – up 2.4% compared to July – as historically low interest rates overshadowed many pandemic fears.