As interest rates rose and a recession loomed on the horizon, more home-purchase agreements fell through in June, while the pace of home price growth decelerated at a record amount.
Home prices were up 20.4% year over year in April, further weighing on the affordability of home ownership as inflation surges.
May's builder sentiment report reveals the lowest reading in two years.
Real Estate Professor Benjamin Keys says demand for housing will continue to be an issue, despite interest rate hikes. Here's why.
Nancy Chu, owner of Nancy Chu Homes at Keller Williams New Jersey Metro Group, says the current real estate inventory issue relates back to The Great Recession.
After such a successful year, what's in the cards for 2022?
Interest rates may be rising, but demand hasn't slowed down. What's fact and what's fiction in the real estate market right now?
If you're looking to buy, sell or rent right now, you know that the current real estate market is changing... everyday. Here's what to expect as interest rates continue to rise.