Another exciting week is coming to a close!
Keep up with the latest real estate news and market updates in our real estate resource roundup:
Home Purchases Stumble, but Continue Forward
Overall, consumer housing sentiment remains positive and bodes well for continued growth in housing activity. Get more details about the current state of the market.
Optimism Grows Among Sellers, Buyers
Consumers have a fairly optimistic 12-month outlook on housing at the end of the summer home-buying season. The optimism is being buoyed by confidence in the job market and more favorable expectations regarding their personal finances.
Banks Sell Foreclosed Remnants Of Crash
After having left the worst remnants of the housing crash in foreclosure limbo-land, banks are now taking those vacant, foreclosed homes and selling them at a fast clip. Learn more about the so-called zombie foreclosures.
Crowdfunding Transforms Real Estate Investing
In recent years, crowdfunding has taken the real estate industry by storm. Find out how it’s impacting investing.
New Construction Numbers: Now Versus 2005
The pace of the housing recovery is unsustainable and some believe we may be heading for another housing bubble. However, the Chief Economist of realtor.com explains the basic difference between 2005 and today.
Women Better At Paying Off Mortgages Than Men
A new study says that single women are statistically better at paying their mortgages than men, but they get charged more for loans and are denied credit more often, despite making a larger down payment.
The Best And Worst Cities For Homeowners
Find out how America’s cities stack up for homeowners with this best and worst list!