Archived Newsfeed June 2018
The U.S. apartment market suffered its worst spring since 2010, near the depths of the housing crisis, as a flood of new supply and weakening demand resulted in rising vacancy rates and little or no rent increases in many major cities.
Potential home buyers took a step back from entering the housing market in May.
Years of sustained low inventory seem to have finally caught up with the Louisville area housing market.
More newly constructed homes are hitting the market—welcome news for home buyers frustrated by the ever-worsening lack of abodes for sale. But are they enough to ease the housing crunch?
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Americans’ cost of living is on the rise, but there may be some small relief in sight.
With so much development taking place in Louisville, it can be difficult to keep track of where apartment projects stand.
Rates for home loans ticked down for the second straight week, offering buyers a brief reprieve in a sizzling housing market.
An acute shortage of affordable homes in the United States will continue over the coming year, according to a majority of property market analysts polled by Reuters, driving prices up faster than inflation and wage growth.
Home buyers hoping for new construction are in luck—the most brand-new, single-family houses have hit the market since the Great Recession.