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Invasion of the luxury duplexes in Denver

by Amy Scott Aug 12, 2019
More density may not create more affordability.
A modern duplex in Denver towers over its neighbors.
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Median home price reaches new high

by Mitchell Hartman Jul 23, 2019
The median price of a house nationwide rose to $285,700 in June.
A home for sale in Batavia, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago.
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Rent too high? Blame zoning.

by Amy Scott Jul 10, 2019
Research finds hostility to apartments contributes to affordability crisis.
A pedestrian passes by 315 Hudson Street, where Google plans to lease office space, in the Hudson Square neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, December 17, 2018 in New York City.
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"Alt-doc" mortgages are booming. Some analysts are worried.

by Renata Sago Jul 5, 2019
People who don't qualify for traditional mortgages can get "unconventional" loans. But what if the economy slips?
A for sale sign is posted in front of a home as interest rates for home loans climbed to nearly 4% in the wake of the election of Donald Trump to be the U.S. president on November 17, 2016 in Miami, Florida.
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Demand for apartments hits 5-year high

by Amy Scott Jul 3, 2019
That means rents are rising, too.
A sign advertises an apartment for rent along a row of brownstone townhouses in New York City.
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Can a computer measure curb appeal?

by Amy Scott Jun 28, 2019
Zillow, with real-time data and "computer vision," is about to find out.
A real estate agent tours an open house in San Francisco, California.
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Lots of housing markets are still affordable

by Amy Scott Jun 27, 2019
It all depends where you're looking.
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Will the housing shortage ever end?

by Amy Scott Jun 25, 2019
A decade after the housing bust, new construction has been slow to recover.
A construction worker carries lumber as he builds a new home in Petaluma, California, in 2015.
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The townhouse makes a comeback

by Amy Scott Jun 18, 2019
Rising home prices and changing demographics are boosting demand.
A "For Sale" sign in the front yard of a D.C. home.
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The U.S. housing market is in a weird place

by Ben Bradford Jun 18, 2019
There is demand for new homes, but a lot of it is among first-time home buyers who can’t afford them.
Real estate agents leave a home for sale during a broker open house on April 16, 2019 in San Francisco, California.
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