A 68-year-old veteran facing eviction had his water turned off by his landlord, according to documents obtained by Contact 5.
- In The Know by Yahoo
A TikTok user chronicled her "scary" experience staying at an Airbnb with an abandoned mall in its basement.
- LA Times
In California, a new report shows the most expensive cities for renters aren't in Los Angeles or San Francisco.
Is the ‘home price correction’ coming for your housing market? These interactive maps show Moody’s 2023 and 2024 forecasts
Moody’s Analytics: These 231 housing markets are poised to see falling home prices in 2023.
- The Holland Sentinel
When Brent Johnson, 58, moved to West Michigan from Minnesota two decades ago, he thought: "This state is 50 years behind the times."
First Street Foundation --- whose property-level climate-risk studies can be used by homebuyers --- adds a heat model to its tool for floods and wildfires.
- State College Centre Daily Times
“We still have roughly the same number of students in our community, but development is drawing more and more of them to this downtown, concentrated area.”
- Motley Fool
Over the past year, one of the hottest asset classes has been residential real estate. Whether you use the Clear Capital Home Data Index, the FHFA Home Price Index, or Case-Shiller, we have seen home price appreciation in the high teens as a regular feature since the beginning of the pandemic. Given that real estate investing can be difficult for small investors, how can someone with a few thousand dollars get exposure to the residential real estate market?
- USA TODAY
The homeownership gap between white and Black Americans is wider than it was before the Fair Housing Act was signed into law in 1968.
The kitchen is often the first room people choose to renovate since it's the center for food preparation and a social hub for entertaining. It's easy to think short term when you do a renovation and...
Although home prices have been cooling, demand for homes is still outpacing supply, so it's still a tough time to be a buyer. If you've been in the market for a while and keep having your offers...
- Detroit Free Press
There are 42,000 landlords in Detroit, a new report finds. Among the largest group — those who own one or two properties — 2% are registered.
(Bloomberg) -- Canada’s real-estate correction deepened, with prices falling for a fourth straight month as the central bank ratchets up interest rates.Benchmark home prices declined 1.7% in July, to C$789,600 ($610,950) according to data released Monday from the Canadian Real Estate Association. That brings the cumulative drop from February’s peak to nearly 6%.The number of sales also continued to slide, falling 5.3% from June and 29.3% from a year earlier, the data show. While an unprecedented
- Tri-City Herald
A recent study showed rent in Washington has risen nearly 20% in two years.
- The Hill
Record home prices and elevated interest rates caused homebuilder confidence to fall for the eighth straight month in August, according to a new survey. The housing market index calculated by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and Wells Fargo dipped six points this month and turned negative for the first time since May 2020.…
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Getting a housing choice voucher in the Phoenix area can take years. Finding a place to live can be tougher
Growing demand, rising costs and not enough units plague rent-subsidy programs in the Valley.
It seems U.S. prices in 2022 can't avoid comparisons to the 1980s. Overall inflation is running at its highest level since 1981, and the cost of buying a home has reached its highest point since 1989,...
- Miami Herald
Few industries are as sensitive to interest rate changes as housing.
- Home News Tribune | My Central Jersey
How much are homes in Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties selling for? Check our list.
- Miami Herald
As the world turns, so, too, does the housing market — and right now, the market is slowly but surely turning in favor of buyers. As a result, sellers are likely to see the return of contingencies: those conditions that must be met in order for a contract to be valid.
- The Times Herald
The Witt family, which owns the Citadel and other downtown properties, sold Bens 314 Lofts earlier this year.