When 90% of Americans agree on anything, pollsters should go back to double-check their arithmetic. But last week, residents found that rare consensus was being documented across the media. The subject of the unanimity was inflation. Yahoo.com pollsters reported...
Top properties are bought and sold by a select but tiny segment of the real estate market—a segment that conforms to its own rules. The rest of the market is different.
Even though its main appeal is to stock market investors looking to keep abreast of the latest “Foolish” Wall Street securities tips, it has attracted a wider audience for its in-depth content.
Given the latest unsettling reports about everything from supply chain disruptions to the price of gasoline and groceries, almost anyone might hesitate before moving ahead with plans to buy a house.
When you find yourself in a maybe-I-should-list-now or maybe-it’s-better-to-wait standoff, the latter is the decision that usually wins out.
Columbus Day finds the government offices and banks closed, schools out, and the perpetual controversy over the holiday renewed for another year. By way of enjoying the partial day off, let’s skip the controversy and just have fun via a Columbus Day quiz!
Throughout the U.S., the average value of a single-family residence has grown by double digits for more than two years.
Although the U.S. residential inventory—the number of homes currently listed for sale—is on the rise, the fact that it remains well below normal continues to tilt the supply/demand balance in favor of sellers.
October may have just debuted, but for mortgage interest rate watchers, Halloween-style chills were already in evidence last week.
Homeowners, real estate investors, and soon-to-be homeowners who keep an eye on the ups and downs of residential real estate do so at least partly to anticipate the future of our own residential market. This even though they are also aware that markets have a tendency...