Looking across the vast spectrum of housing surveys today, most will claim that the majority of renters want to buy a home eventually. That may be, but they're not saving to do that.
Louisville home sales are 13 percent ahead of last year, 2.7 percent in front of 2006 and only trailing our banner year of 2005 by 1.1 percent.
A new proposal to ban smoking in public housing is raising concerns.
Eleven months after Louisville's mayor announced his "housing veterans" initiative, hundreds of vets are off the streets, but the job is far from over.
During the month, 975 homes were sold. Good enough for a 5.4 percent increase over the previous year.
First-time home buyers have been fading from the market for three years in a row, and their participation is at its lowest point in three decades. These days, if you want to buy a house, it’s best if you have one already.