Fisher Island, one of America’s wealthiest ZIP codes (33109), has a condominium up for auction this month — for the first time ever.
Some households, particularly those with children, have struggled to make ends meet during the pandemic, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The U.S. may have outlawed redlining more than 50 years ago as a discriminatory policy, but homeowners in formerly redlined areas are still losing money.
U.S. senators call for an investigation over Department of Housing and Urban Development's private policy-making over federally-backed mortgages.
The coronavirus pandemic all but halted U.S. home sales during widespread lockdowns, but new metrics confirm that home sales is making a comeback.
The best offices have meditation rooms and gourmet lunches. A high-end apartment building might have a dog park. But tenants and building owners have a new priority amenity: clean air.
Some 41.4% of Redfin offers faced competition in the four weeks ending May 10, according to a recent Redfin report.
Refinance demand is slipping, after a frenzy of refinance activity in mid-March, when sub-3% mortgage rates caused a spike of refinancings to a 17-year record.
More New Yorkers are ready to kiss the Big Apple goodbye, but the city’s allure is already drawing in a new generation to take their place.
The novel coronavirus has hit cities hard during the pandemic. But it won’t mean the end of urbanization.
One group of real estate agents has filed a lawsuit against the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and two California NAR associations.