The president of the Detroit City Council introduced a tentative plan Saturday to compensate residents after the city overtaxed homeowners by at least $600 million between 2010 and 2016.
States and local governments distributed their largest amounts of rental assistance in November.
Insurance may not cover all of a rebuild, and labor shortages may make it difficult for fire victims in Colorado to quickly rebuild.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers is arguing that observers overestimated the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to lift an eviction moratorium.
Dozens of cities and states are enacting new laws to protect tenants facing eviction, aiming to stem a tide of new cases and offer renters more ways to settle conflicts with property owners.
Homes sales were up in November at the fastest pace since January, according to the National Association of Realtors
After apartment rents shot through the roof this year, landlords look poised to reap record profits in the next.
The price of rent shot up nationwide by an average of more than 10% compared to this time last year, according to a new study.
Realtor.com has forecasted what it believes will be the top housing markets in 2022
An infamous downtown Los Angeles hotel that has attracted the public's fascination because of its checkered history and deadly past and was recently featured in a Netflix documentary will be converted into affordable housing.
Nearly four months after the Supreme Court rejected the Biden administration’s moratorium protecting renters nationwide, evictions are once again steadily on the rise, housing advocates say.
U.S. homebuilding unexpectedly slowed in October as builders continued to struggle with higher costs and supply shortages.
Homebuilder confidence rose in November as low inventories and strong buyer demand helped boost confidence despite ongoing supply chain disruptions.
U.S. homebuilders face further cost pressures heading into next year, according to D.R. Horton, the nation's largest homebuilder by market capitalization.
Zillow Group Inc. shares plunged Wednesday after the company announced plans to exit its house-flipping business and eliminate 25% of its workforce.
Sacramento, California, is at the top of the list for the United States’s least affordable new homes markets.
U.S. home prices grew by the most on record in August and new home sales surged in September
With mortgage rates remaining low, plenty of singles are seeking homes. But, as the number of single people looking to put down roots is rising, the pool of available options is shrinking. The supply of entry-level housing, homes up to 1,400 square feet, is near a five-decade low.
Existing home sales snapped back in September as more inventory hit the market.
Homebuilding slowed in September as the ongoing materials shortage continued to drive up construction costs.