Archived Newsfeed Sep 2016
Louisville is one step closer to receiving funds needed for revitalization of the Russell neighborhood, which would include demolition and replacement of the 760-unit Beecher Terrace housing development.
Mortgage borrowers are clearly getting used to near-record low interest rates. A drop in rates last week did nothing to juice refinances, which are usually very rate-sensitive.
A lot of ink has been spilled over the woes of first-time home buyers, but what about repeat home buyers?
If you're hiring someone to inspect the home you want to buy, or you're a seller trying to find out if there are any hidden problems that need fixing before you put your home on the market, here are five things you need to know.
Americans are making more money, and that is making the nation's homebuilders feel a lot better about their business.
Homebuyers jumped back into the market after Labor Day, filing applications for mortgages at a far faster pace than in previous weeks.
Groups representing the interest of Louisville landlords and other property owners have got Metro Council members tinkering with a measure that would require them to register with the city.
9-09-16 What's trending in homebuilding?
We asked Louisville-area homebuilders in conjunction with this week's list.
Home sales were strong in August, but different parts of the city saw wildly different results.
Not everything is what it seems when it comes to real estate myths. Don’t be fooled!