Bill Clinton's childhood home in Arkansas hits the market
The home in Arkansas that President Bill Clinton lived during his teenage years is up for sale for $345,000, for the first time ever on the public market.
Florida real estate market staying hot despite agent exodus: ‘It’s not an accident’
Miami real estate leaders and National Association of Home Builders CEO Jerry Howard explain why the number of agents heading for the door won't impact Florida's market.
Mortgage rates tick up after weeks of decline
The Federal Reserve's continuing fight to rein in government spending and induced inflation is making all forms of borrowing more expensive, especially mortgages.
New York rent regulation is upheld by appeals court
The case was filed by a consortium of local landlord groups and individual landlords led by the Community Housing Improvement Program and the Rent Stabilization Association.
Arizona named most popular state to move to in 2022
Arizona was the state with the highest percentage of inbound moves last year, according to a new report from Allied Van Lines. The Carolinas, Tennessee and Texas also made the list.
Mortgage rates fall a fourth straight week to 6.09%
US mortgage rates declined for the fourth week in a row, a sign of relative stability that could open the door for some prospective homebuyers to get back in the market.
US housing market seeing ‘meaningful’ damage that’s ‘not normal,’ CEO of investment firm warns
Pulte Capital CEO Bill Pulte discusses the U.S. housing market as mortgage rates continue to fall for the fourth week in a row.
Mortgage rates continue downward trend
Mortgage rates continue cooling off as optimism reigns that the Federal Reserve will loosen its fight on inflation. Home buyers optimistically return to the market.
White House using one-size-fits-all plan to protect renters at landlords' expense: 'Very frustrating'
American Apartment Owners Association director Alexandra Alvarado criticizes the White House's plan for protecting renters, arguing it hurts mom-and-pop landlords.
US housing affordability hell 'can't beat' the Florida heat
As housing affordability controls the fate of homebuyers in 2023, can Florida keep up with its population growth? Sunshine State transplants, Katrina Campins and Cheryl Casone weigh in.
Red-hot Miami housing market expected to defy 2023 cost correction as blue state exodus continues
Douglas Elliman executive director of sales Dina Goldentayer discusses Southern Florida's thriving housing market as U.S. existing home sales continue to slow.
New Yorkers abandoning their state in record numbers for sunny climates, low taxes of Florida: report
New Yorkers fled their state in droves for the southward destination of Florida, a report citing driver's license transfers to the Sunshine State shows.