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Online retailers may require another 1 billion square feet of warehouse space by 2025, commercial real estate firm JLL predicts.
Some houses in the U.S. date back to the 1500s. Find out where in the country you’re most likely to find one.
“To experience our best sales month in company history amid a pandemic speaks volumes” about the housing recovery, says national builder Taylor Morrison.
The 30-year rate hit another all-time low this week, hovering a sliver above 3%.
“We believe that fairness is worth fighting for, and we won’t stop until the fight is won.”
Millions of Americans have relocated this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. Find out why.
The average purchase loan size rose to a high of $365,700, as borrowers contend with limited supply and higher home prices.
The listing site is seeing its monthly traffic surge. But buyers are finding fewer homes to view.
A House subcommittee included fair housing counseling, LGBTQ housing protections, and transportation infrastructure projects in its proposed 2021 spending bill.
As coronavirus cases surge and state and local reopening plans stall, some pros are confident they’ve learned lessons to weather the disruption.
During this pandemic, the front of a home must be “pretty as a picture” because a picture is often the first thing potential buyers see – in some cases, the only thing.
COVID-19 disrupted the real estate business, but what comes next? A land broker analyzes the current disruption and predicts how the market will change in the future.
Most home improvements boost resale value – but not all. Owners should reconsider these if there’s a chance they’ll list their home in the not-so-distant future.
A survey of NAHB members finds strong consumer demand for energy-saving products and services, but relatively few expressed an interest in solar energy.
An ad saying “We have more work to do” ran in Sunday’s New York Times and Monday’s The Wall Street Journal. NAR’s president says recent events have made this a “key moment of opportunity to own this commitment to fair housing in a public way.”
The future office market could be bigger (social distancing) or smaller (downsizing). But change costs money, and many owners are waiting to see if a vaccine comes.
People stuck looking at the same four walls are changing the walls – and floors, bathrooms and bedrooms. They’re also starting new projects, such as adding office space.
For many people, pandemic mortgage-forbearance rules made it easier to postpone monthly payments. But is a fear of what might happen a good enough reason to do so?
The U.S. has a new tactic if cities want federal money to mitigate threats from climate change: They must first agree to take homes using their eminent domain powers.
The site created a Housing Market Recovery Index just a few weeks ago to gauge the market’s return to “normal,” and real estate is already close to pre-pandemic levels.