Apartment construction hasn’t stopped for the coronavirus pandemic — but it has changed the size of apartments, particularly in U.S. cities.
Car sales are booming during the coronavirus pandemic — and suburban neighborhoods where driveways are more common than buses — are booming, too.
Rent prices in San Francisco plummeted to historic lows in December, but the Golden Gate city is still the most expensive city in the country for renters.
From the comfort of their own homes, children will be video calling Santa Claus to tell him what they want this holiday season.
More homebuyers looked for houses with adequate space for their aging parents or adult children during the pandemic, according to a new study.
One in every 20 home buyers purchased a house sight-unseen during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new study.
Taxes aren’t the only factor determining which party is better for homeowners this election, according to a new ATTOM analysis.
The coronavirus pandemic has not stymied home values in the U.S. — a boost for Americans, and a hurdle for others.
Custom homebuilding spiked before the coronavirus pandemic, and a few new startups are trying to monetize that trend by taking homebuilding online.
Millionaires are still keeping their metropolitan townhomes and luxury condominiums, according to a Coldwell Banker report.