"It looks like the housing market is remaining strong, resilient and one may even say, [had] something like a mini-surge...," the NAR's chief economist said.
"As housing prices and demand continue to rise to historic levels, we need to do more to create opportunities for those who've been locked out of homeownership," Rep. Earl Blumenauer said.
Rather than let it be dead space, she tried to give it purpose and added some storage, confirming she bought a shelving ladder.
GOP Charlotte Councilman Tariq Bokhari suggested making donations of food or clothes to the city's homeless people a criminal misdemeanor.
The studies commissioned by the National Association of Realtors concluded the U.S. housing market must build at least 5.5 million new units to accommodate demand and keep homeownership affordable over the next decade.
More than half of the metropolitan areas across the country have become less affordable for renters since the pandemic started, according to new data from Zillow. Thinking of making a move? Here's what you need to know.
On Saturday, Englewood Cliffs Mayor Mario K. Kranjac rescinded a bill he'd sent to Emily Gil for organizing a BLM protest in response to affordable housing issues.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson's recent rule on AFFH is a game-changer for suburban America.
74 percent of hundreds of U.S. counties are unaffordable for average wage workers.
Although 1.2 million units were built last year, that figure was the lowest since 1982, excluding 2008-2018.
"She proceeded to ask me if I lived in the 'affordable apartments' of the building for Cambridge residents or if I lived in one of the Harvard owned apartments."
"An agency can't just decide one day that it's not going to follow its own regulations," a plaintiff said.
The Trump administration's upcoming budget could raise minimum rents and impose work requirements for housing assistance beneficiaries, report suggests.
Housing costs are the most common reason people move away from cities, followed by jobs, schools and public safety concerns, according to U.S. mayors.
This year, what 43 million American renters spent is up by $4.9 billion from 2016.
Millennials' spending habits are to blame for their inability to afford a first home, an Australian property mogul has claimed.
A new lawsuit claims New York's affordable housing program discriminates against blacks and Latinos.
The bill is unlikely to pass in the Assembly, however.
High rents and cuts in benefits have left many vulnerable people with few housing options.