The average monthly payment on a new mortgage rose 46% in 2022, and home prices and mortgage rates have continued to climb in 2023.
Will housing prices go down with fewer short-term renters around?
New Case-Shiller data suggests prices are rebounding after a moderate dip, though regional differences are pronounced.
As of 2020, people living alone made up 27% of new households. That trend has been accelerating.
A recent survey found people expect rents will rise faster than home prices. But recent data have shown the opposite trend.
The cost of shelter is driving more than 70% of inflation right now, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So what gives?
Some people are selling expensive homes and using the cash proceeds to buy more affordable ones. How does that hurt first-time buyers?
San Francisco Fed researchers say the work-from-home shift may account for more than half of overall home price and rent increases in the U.S.
Officials who help oversee public lands say they are seeing a lot more families living in these spaces.
The National Association of Realtors estimates about a million potential first-time buyers have been left on the sidelines because of rising home prices and other factors.