Real estate remains a bright spot, even as the COVID-19 pandemic hammers the economy.
For the third time in as many months, borrowing costs for a 30-year loan sink to their lowest level ever.
The CDC recommends disinfecting electronics daily, and more Americans are heeding the call.
A new study examines why people decide to stay in a community or leave it.
Find out which materials have natural antimicrobial properties.
Homeowners who are waiting to list can use the time to make eye-catching upgrades.
Home buyers are entering the market at a much brisker pace. Applications for home purchases mark their sixth week of consecutive gains.
More landlords are offering flexible leases to help retain tenants, such as month-to-month options or three- to six-month time frames.
The pandemic struck pending home sales in April, but a rebound is coming, says NAR’s chief economist.
Forbearance options have helped unemployed homeowners avoid foreclosure. But the mandate preventing foreclosures on government-backed mortgages sunsets June 30.
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