22 hrs ago | via Fortune
FORTUNE Only a year after the U.S. housing market hit bottom, it may be bubbling up -- again. Comment?
Wednesday | via YoChicago
An exclusive RealtyTrac housing market analysis of building permit data recently released by the U.S. Department of HUD for the first quarter, comparing it to foreclosure starts for the same time period at the national, state and city level, found the following: Nationwide single family building permits increased 27 percent from a year ago in the ... (more) Comment?
Wednesday | via Inman
With tight inventory stifling a full housing recovery in many markets and foreclosures slowing down, builders are responding by ramping up plans to put new homes on the market, according to an analysis of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development data by RealtyTrac . Comment?
Aug 17, 2011 | via American Reporter
I am a believer in dreams, and when I had a waking dream a few days after the S&P downgrade of our national debt of President Obama packing his bags and leaving the White House, I was saddened for him and for my country. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via MarketWatch
While the California housing market rebounded over the past year, Texas dominated on volume, according to a Tuesday report from analysis firm CoreLogic. Comment?
Thursday | via Chicago Metro Real Estate
The inventory of listed Chicago 1 bedroom condos for sale continues to plummet.* There were 2,258 1 bedroom condos for sale in Chicago in the first quarter down 30.6% from first quarter 2012 when there were 3,255 1 bedroom condos for sale. Comment?
24 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Investigators are slated to wrap up a week-long search of Dellen Millard's land and hangar on Saturday. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Examiner.com
The amazing turnaround in the local real estate markets continues unabated with no end in sight. Comment?
1 hr ago | via MLive.com
James Eerdmans of Plainfield Township gives a tour of his castle-like home at 5057 Grand River Drive NE. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Reuters
China's housing inflation accelerated to its fastest pace in April in two years, driven by a jump in prices in Beijing and Shanghai, complicating the task of policymakers trying to cool the property sector while supporting economic expansion. Comment?