In Monday's Consumer Price Index report, rent prices rose 8.7% year-over-year in May. That sounds like a lot, but here's why that number isn't a reliable indicator of where rental prices are headed.
As Zillow winds down its home-flipping business, what's next for the industry?
Zillow will instead focus on selling off its existing inventory. It could be a prudent move.
Cities in the South and Southwest were already growing, but the pandemic accelerated the trend.
Zillow, with real-time data and "computer vision," is about to find out.
Some would rather sell for less than go through the hassle and expense of selling a house the traditional way.
The brokerage takes on tech disruptors Zillow and Opendoor with instant offers on homes.
LeaseUp aims to make finding homes faster and easier.
It's tempting to track home values like the stock market. But how accurate are those online estimates?