Homebuyers are not bothered by higher rates or taxes, but sellers are
Home sales rebounded more strongly than expected in February, and the National Association of Realtors says they could have been even higher if there were more homes for sale.
A new housing crisis emerging?
Home construction is approaching its lowest level in decades as fears emerge that a new, different industry crunch could be emerging.
The Wall Street Journal
Retirees reshape where Americans live
Americans are relocating to retirement hot spots scattered around the country and returning to suburbia, according to Census Bureau figures released Thursday. (Subscription may be required.)
The Washington Post
Retailers are hiring more people. One reason: Home renovations.
The nation's unemployment rate remained unchanged in February, but there was one bright spot many economists weren't expecting: an influx of retail jobs.
HOUSING FINANCE NEWS
National Mortgage News
Is this Jeb Hensarling's last stand?
Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, has less than a year left in office — and he seems to be spoiling for one last fight. (Subscription may be required.)
Affordable housing is at risk from tax cut law
On 1st Street in Santa Ana, not far from where authorities recently cleared a tent encampment along the Santa Ana River near Angel Stadium, developer Caleb Roope wants to build nearly 1,000 apartments that will be affordable for low-income seniors and families.
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