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The Atlantic Cities reported that the Census Bureau showed that only 11.6 percent of Americans moved to a new residence between spring 2010 and spring 2011.
The number of homes for sale dropped for the fifth consecutive month in October, reaching the lowest level in more than four years.
San Jose, Calif., Toledo, Ohio, and Athens, Ga., are among the 41 U.S. housing markets to make the NAHB/First America Improving Markets Index (IMI) in December. The IMI tracks markets that have...
U.S. home prices run 7.8 percent below a year ago in major markets, according to a homebuying index.
New numbers show that housing market conditions are starting to trend upward.
Meritage is set to expand its southeastern presence by moving into Tampa and winding down some of its Vegas operations as part of the repositioning.
Plenty of good news has been coming in about housing lately. Here's a round-up.
Surprising surge puts sales ahead of 2010 pace
The S&P Case-Shiller Home Indices showed a national decline, but eight cities are showing positive rebounds from their earlier lows
Construction employment was up by 16,000 this month and 206,000 private sector jobs were created in November, the most since December 2010
Based on quantitative and qualitative research on the future of homeownership, real-estate experts at John Burns Real Estate Consulting predict that the national homeownership rate is likely to...
The Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development released the October new-home sales index today, and the news was mostly positive. Here are five key takeaways from the report...
The U.S. housing industry scored a victory after the House and Senate voted to raise the size of mortgages backed by the Federal Housing Administration to $729,750.
William Lyon Homes, the Newport Beach, Calif.-based developer, announced last week that it will file for bankruptcy protection.
New homes for multigenerational families are a category that increased by 30 percent from 2000 to 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Toll Brothers announced last week that Zvi Barzilay, 65, its chief operating officer and president, will be retiring effective December 31, 2011. He will be succeeded by Richard T. Hartman.
The top five of the largest metro areas saw existing home sales up more than 25 percent from 2010
October sales up 13.5 percent from 2010
NVR announced that it will move into the single-family market in Ashburn, Va., with the construction of new luxury homes.
The number of foreclosures climbed in October, as mortgage lenders begin to make their way through the paperwork problems that had delayed new filings for much of the last year.