iBuyer activity down 88% in Q2

iBuyer activity down 88% in Q2


The biggest players in the iBuyer market closed up shop at the beginning of the pandemic, and a new report shows the numbers. read more
CoreLogic: Foreclosures could double by 2022

CoreLogic: Foreclosures could double by 2022


Serious delinquencies are expected to rise — particularly among lower-income households, small business owners and for those working in sectors hard hit by the pandemic. read more
Unemployment down in August, but long-term damage continues

Unemployment down in August, but long-term damage continues


The U.S. economy added 1.4 million new jobs in August, but one economist warns that permanent job losses are a bigger problem. read more
Gender pay gap in commercial real estate grows to ‘staggering’ levels

Gender pay gap in commercial real estate grows to ‘staggering’ levels


This year’s release of the CREW Network’s benchmark study shows some backsliding in the industry, though there were a few bright spots as well. read more
Boston is top destination for buyers leaving New York City

Boston is top destination for buyers leaving New York City


New Yorkers eager to move on are set their sights on Boston, according to a new report from Redfin. read more
Boston home sales trail 2019 but prices still up

Boston home sales trail 2019 but prices still up


Demand still far exceeds supply, according to the Greater Boston Association of Realtors. read more
From ‘suburgatory’ to ‘hipsturbia’: Pandemic buyers are headed to the ‘burbs

From ‘suburgatory’ to ‘hipsturbia’: Pandemic buyers are headed to the ‘burbs


Americans are moving to less densely populated areas as a result of the pandemic, foreshadowing a shift that could have a major impact on residential real estate sales and home prices. read more