The office sector was expecting to become lively this fall with employees returning to the workplace, but the COVID-19 strain is jeopardizing plans.
Instant cash buyers have revived their purchases to pre-pandemic levels.
A drop in profit margins marks a rare decline during a time of year that usually produces some of the best returns for sellers.
Record-setting real estate transactions are occurring across the country for higher-priced homes.
The eviction ban provided support during uncertainty; now housing providers will gear up to help tenants seek rental assistance, move on, or both. Join NAR’s free Aug. 4 webinar for more.
Traditional banks are starting to lose their edge over non-bank lenders, a study finds.
“COVID might have saved the gated golf community,” says the co-founder of Golf Live Navigators.
Borrowers can still take advantage of some of the lowest mortgage rates of all time.
The moratorium has resulted in more than $13 billion in unpaid rent per month, real estate groups argue.
<>They say they want to see buyers’ reactions during showings, but some buyers feel spied upon.