Today's home price data confirms that the U.S. housing market is heating up. But that's not great news for everyone.
Pending home sales - a forward-looking indicator for housing transactions - posted a record surge in May. That's a good sign for the U.S. economy.
New housing market data released today looks nothing short of perilous - in isolation. But here's why economists say it "doesn't matter."
As mortgage rates hit record lows, Americans are getting back in the housing market. But not everyone will be able to benefit from low rates.
The U.S. housing market just swallowed another batch of grisly data. But according to one economist, the worst is already over.
The housing market is on the verge of achieving the fabled V-shaped recovery, with a crucial gauge of demand rocketing 54% off its lows.
Don't count on record-low mortgage rates to ignite a swift housing market recovery. Here's why the rebound could take longer than you think.
The housing market isn't out of the woods, but alarmist warnings of an immediate collapse in real estate prices are starting to look silly.
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A key gauge of housing market health plunged 30% in April, but economists still believe the housing market could lead the economic recovery.
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The economic impact of coronavirus has triggered a liquidity crunch that could force more Americans to unload their properties. But what if there are no buyers?
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