Monday
July 28, 2014

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 07/08/2014
    Nearly 80 percent of 372 metros tracked by the government now have more jobs this year than one year ago. Will their states' housing markets follow the upswing?
  • 07/08/2014
    Developers are combining a rebounding hospitality market with rising demand for luxury homes, and new condo-hotels are proving successful in cities across the country.
  • 07/08/2014
    With the housing recovery losing some of its steam, the real estate community is coming up with new ways to reach home buyers.
  • 07/08/2014
    Housing analysts are pointing to student loan debt, overly strict lending standards, and lost equity as the leading culprits causing a slow housing recovery. But what do home owners say?
  • 07/07/2014
    Home prices were on the rise again last month, but in a stark contrast to last year, price increases were more generalized and less concentrated a few pockets.
  • 07/07/2014
    "The birth of a child, a joyous event for a family, should not become the basis for denying that family a home mortgage," says a HUD spokesman. 
  • 07/07/2014
    You bring the buyer, you get a 2007 Bentley Convertible GTC. A Fairfield, Conn., home owner and his real estate professional are using a unique incentive to buyer agents to draw in more foot traffic to a multimillion dollar listing.
  • 07/07/2014
    The U.S. retail real estate market is heating up, with shrinking vacancies allowing landlords to raise rents at shopping centers and strip malls. 
  • 07/07/2014
    The state’s market for homes priced $150,000 or less is quickly drying up.
  • 07/07/2014
    Student loan debt has been shown to have a direct impact on the ability for first-time home owners to enter the market. Learn where this problem is most acute.