Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider says while the housing market saw a steep decline in sales due to coronavirus, it's been improving since mid-April.
Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman provides insight into how the coronavirus has impacted residents living in big cities.
Here are COVID-19 safety tips you can use when you buy a house or furniture.
Dolly Lenz and Jenny Lenz of Dolly Lenz Real Estate are seeing a huge boom in interest from homebuyers as coronavirus settles.
Sales of existing homes fell 17.8 percent month to month in April -- overall 17.2 percent lower than last year.
As part of its massive economic rescue package for the economy, Congress made it easier for homeowners to enter a forbearance plan and regain their financial footing as the economic impact of the coronavirus wears on homeowners.
Real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran discusses how the housing market and American lifestyle will shift along with coronavirus.
The housing market is beginning to show signs of improvement.
An appraisal of your home is usually made by a neutral, independent professional to determine a fair market price.
Restaurants in New York City have to rely on takeout and delivery orders to make money, but for many, it hasn’t been enough to pay for all their rent.
Construction, manufacturing and curbside retail are allowed to reopen in certain parts of New York state, and business owners are rejoicing in the opportunity to get back to work. Dundon Construction owner Joe Dundon talks about how important it is for his company to reopen.
FOX Business' Gerri Willis discusses how there's a sharp increase in people wanting to flee metropolitan areas for a suburban lifestyle after coronavirus.
Manhattan's wealthiest neighborhoods saw a 40 percent decline in residents due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Trex CEO Bryan Fairbanks says the allowance of non-essential construction will help his business, which makes wood-alternative decking and railing.
National Association of Home Builders CEO Jerry Howard comments on New York City leasing plummeting as coronavirus spreads fear and changes residential needs.
Demand for apartment rentals in New York City has declined sharply in the past month due to the pandemic.
A $62.5 million listing for four Los Angeles homes appeared on Zillow on Wednesday night.
Matterport CEO R.J. Pittman on creating an app that creates 3D tours of homes to help keep the real estate industry running during the coronavirus pandemic.
SitusAMC managing director Tom Rood explains why investors are betting Americans will flee cities and rent suburban homes instead.
LoanDepot CEO, former E-Trade Mortgage CEO and former Lendingtree CEO Anthony Hsieh on mortgage rates, home-buying and coronavirus’ impact on real estate.