Watch this video to learn which cities are considered finalists for Amazon HQ2 and how the retail behemoth’s headquarters would impact housing in each of those cities should they be ultimately chosen.Read More »
Housing Deficits in the Silver State
While housing is in short supply across the country, the problem is particularly acute in Nevada. Here’s why the state is experience a shortage of single-family housing starts.Read More »
Which Cities are the Most and Least Affordable?
Here’s what a new report found on where money spends best and not that well. Hint: For anyone living on a modest salary, the old advise of “go west” might not be the best to take.Read More »
HUD Approves U.S. Virgin Islands Disaster Recovery Plan
As the first anniversary of the 2017 Hurricanes approaches, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved a multimillion-dollar plan to aid the recovery efforts in the U.S. Virgin Islands.Read More »
The Consumers vs. Home Prices
The latest Consumer Expectations survey released by the Federal Reserve of New York has found that household expectations about income earnings and spending growth remain robust. But what are consumers saying about home price changes?Read More »
Is Homeownership Living Up to Its Potential?
A new study that reviewed how lifestyle, societal, and economic trends influenced the likelihood of owning a home found that much of the country’s overall homeownership potential depended on millennials. Here’s why.Read More »
Fannie Weighs in on Homebuyer Sentiments
Though all signs for the future of the economy and the housing market hold steady, What’s concerning homebuyers today? Here’s what a Fannie Mae report found.Read More »
Investment and Vacation Homebuyers
When it comes to buying a home, there are also those who look at purchasing property for investment or as a holiday home. Here’s what a report found on how these buyers make the most of their real estate investments.Read More »
Home Price Pessimism on the Rise?
In a seller's market, ‘buyer's remorse’ is increasing as both homeowners and buyers worry about the sustainability of home prices, a study found. But which housing markets are feeling this the most?Read More »
As Summer Heat Rises, So Do REO Sales
With strong demand and not enough inventory to go around, this summer buying season is expected to be white-hot. Here are some of the steps REO managers need to take to maximize profits during these summer months. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the July issue of DS News, out now.Read More »