As the economy and wages improved in 2017, first-time homebuyers were finally moving back into the market — until that turned around again.
New-home sales are back. After a few months of drops in the number of buyers scooping up these abodes with that fresh, never-been-lived-in smell, sales are once again surging.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly rose in September, hitting their highest level in nearly 10 years, offering hope that the housing market was regaining speed after appearing to stall in recent months.
Let's zero in on the family home to reveal room for improvement in ways this investment can be put to work when owners are intent on living full, active lives.
In spite of all the house hunters out there clamoring for homes to buy, there won't be a surge in the number of newly constructed abodes hitting the market anytime soon.
After a hurricane-induced dip, confidence among U.S. homebuilders increased more than expected in October.
Foundations matter, and so does the material that they're made of. Here's a closer look at both, starting with materials and why they matter.
Buying a home is one of the most -- if not the most -- significant purchases of your adult life. So, you'll want to make sure you're really ready.
Consumers today are more optimistic about the economy, their jobs and the housing market, but that doesn't mean they're buying more homes.
Last month, Louisville home sales looked to be in great position to surpass our all-time best year.
You can crowdfund your business, your charity, your product, your vacation — and now you can crowdfund your home.
Buyers often purchase real estate based on emotions rather than facts, and a good home inspection is important to satisfy the purchaser that the property is substantially in sound condition.
These are a few universal "don'ts" that will help you stay on track, even before you get a lender involved.