Housing starts up nationwide, Northeast still struggles to keep pace

Housing starts up nationwide, Northeast still struggles to keep pace


Two percent jump in housing starts nationwide could mean lower chance of recession read more
First American: ‘If you build it, they will buy it’

First American: ‘If you build it, they will buy it’


Housing starts make progress in September, showing signs of more housing on the way. read more
Buyers increasingly depend on family while sellers rely on agents

Buyers increasingly depend on family while sellers rely on agents


NAR report: Selling without the assistance of an agent at a near all-time low read more
Affordability tug of war between prices and interest rates

Affordability tug of war between prices and interest rates


Sixty-four percent of new and existing homes sold in Q3 were affordable to families earning the national median income. read more
Harvard University report: Vibrant housing market ahead, provided construction ramps up

Harvard University report: Vibrant housing market ahead, provided construction ramps up


The State of the Nation’s Housing report stresses the need for more inventory read more
Latest jobs report beats expectations

Latest jobs report beats expectations


After the October jobs report showed unexpected labor market strength, experts believe the Fed will be unlikely to plan further rate cuts. read more
Amid rate cut, housing’s contribution to GDP remains strong

Amid rate cut, housing’s contribution to GDP remains strong


The Fed cuts interest rates while a Commerce Department report notes recent economic growth was driven in part by the real estate sector. read more