The price correction of the housing market could likely be deeper than analysts initially thought, but does that mean a crash is coming?
The U.S. economy continues to show signs that it is in a recession and that recovery is going to take a long, long time.
Cruz's tweet was in response to a clip of Senator Amy Klobuchar saying that Hurricane Ian is a reason why voters should back Democrats in the midterms.
Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi said homebuyers would still need to be patient and wait for affordable homes to come around.
Builder confidence has fallen to its lowest level since the pandemic began. Before COVID, market sentiment hadn't been this low since 2014.
Zelman & Associates' Dennis McGill tells Newsweek he expects home prices to start dropping next year.
A White House blog says recession is too narrowly defined, just as latest GDP figures are about to land. Some saw the post as an attempt to muddy the waters.
Stephen Moore, the controversial ex-advisor to Trump, called a potential housing market crash "a big concern."
Average rent prices have stabilized on a national level, but they're still up by double digits compared to 2021.
Soaring home prices, elevated mortgage rates and a 40-year inflation high in May have bolstered fears of a housing market crash.
The property includes stain-glass windows, a stone spiral staircase, and a kitchen inspired by "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
"There are just cars upon cars upon cars, and there are a ton of people that are trying to see this home—this is absolutely ridiculous," said Monique Edwards.
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A judge ordered two homeless women who have been occupying a vacant house in Oakland, California to leave the premises within five days or be forced out by police.
Sales rose in the Midwest and South and were unchanged in the Northeast in March.
For the first time since 2008, expectations for house sales have dipped into negative territory, RICS said.
A new lawsuit claims New York's affordable housing program discriminates against blacks and Latinos.
Even the developer of the opulent building warned that some asking prices in Britain were unsustainable