Pending home sales rose in July, but inventory shortages could limit further sales growth. The housing market is less affordable as prices keep rising.
The U.S. housing market still has a big affordability problem that low mortgage rates won’t solve. Home prices are becoming too expensive for many Americans.
The Covid-19 pandemic exacerbates inequalities across the United States, especially in the housing market.
The NAR reports a second consecutive month of rising home sales, but trouble may be on the horizon for the housing market and house prices.
The U.S. housing market has recovered sharply from the pandemic, but home price growth slowed down in May.
A record surge in home sales doesn’t mean the housing market has escaped doom. Trouble is on the horizon as home prices keep rising.
U.S. consumers expect home prices to remain hot, but some industry experts disagree. Will the 2020 housing market leave buyers with regrets?
Pending home sales – a forward-looking indicator for housing transactions – posted a record surge in May. That’s a good sign for the U.S. economy.
New housing market data released today looks nothing short of perilous – in isolation. But here’s why economists say it “doesn’t matter.”
As mortgage rates hit record lows, Americans are getting back in the housing market. But not everyone will be able to benefit from low rates.