Call it the coronavirus effect: Young adults are moving back home

Call it the coronavirus effect: Young adults are moving back home


Roughly 2.7 million U.S. adults moved in with a parent or grandparent in March and April as the coronavirus pandemic spread, potentially costing landlords hundreds of millions of dollars in monthly rent payments and casting doubt on the future of young workers in particular. read more
Lenders predict ‘near term strength’ for the housing market

Lenders predict ‘near term strength’ for the housing market


May applications for new home purchases were up 26% from April, pointing to a recovery that’s already underway. read more
Survey finds COVID-19 has disproportionate impact on minority housing options

Survey finds COVID-19 has disproportionate impact on minority housing options


A higher percentage of black and Hispanic individuals say their housing has been impacted by COVID-19, according to a new survey read more
Permits, builder sentiment indicate turning point for the market

Permits, builder sentiment indicate turning point for the market


In a sign of continued forward momentum, builder sentiment jumped 21 points in June and single-family permits posted an 11.9% gain in May, although activity in the Northwest was not as robust. read more
Pride Month kicks off with landmark decision and new video series

Pride Month kicks off with landmark decision and new video series


It’s time to celebrate Pride Month and the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision for workplace equality. What better way than to meet some members of the LGBTQ community at RE/MAX? read more
Single-family rent prices post lowest growth rate in 9 years

Single-family rent prices post lowest growth rate in 9 years


The latest CoreLogic report reveals the first measurable impact to the single-family rent market, pushing price growth to its lowest rate since the initial recovery of the Great Recession. read more
Three-quarters of homebuyers and renters change plans due to COVID-19

Three-quarters of homebuyers and renters change plans due to COVID-19


The survey of 1,500 adults also shows that the inability to tour properties in-person because of COVID-19, was the most common reason (42%) respondents chose not to move. read more