Real Estate

Anyone out shopping for an entry-level home knows the prices are high and the pickings are slim. Now, the same is holding true for rentals. As more Americans find it harder to afford a home, rental demand is soaring, especially for single-family homes.

The nation’s single-family homebuilders are feeling very positive about their business, but a monthly sentiment indicator fell in November from a recent high.

Robert Frank reports on how the rental market is buzzing in Manhattan, especially with the luxury high-end apartments.

Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will unveil legislation on Thursday that provides $180 billion over 10 years to cut carbon dioxide emissions from public housing across the country.

Mortgage rates are turning higher again, and that was likely behind a major surge in mortgage application volume last week.

Diana Olick reports on how one of real estate’s hottest sectors is experiencing a big chill.

Warehouse tenants soaked up about 41 million square feet of space in the third quarter of this year, a 23% drop from the previous quarter and less than half as much as a year ago, according to a new report from Transwestern.

Diana Olick reports on how a new survey informs us on who’s buying homes and how.

Las Vegas and Denver offer homeowners the highest rate of return, according to Betterment. It’s cheaper to own in these locales than it is to rent.

Joining us on the show is Daryl Fairweather, a Chief Economist at Redfin, who gives us her advice if you should buy a home now or wait until at least the spring season.

Diana Olick reports on why more people are feeling the need to hold off on buying a new home.

Just 21% of Americans say now is a good time to buy a home, a drop from 28% in September, according to a monthly sentiment survey by Fannie Mae.

One of the nation’s top 10 home builders wants to get even bigger and expand its dominance in the industry. Diana Olick has more for us.

HomeLight launched in 2012 as a real estate matchmaker, using proprietary algorithms to connect buyers and sellers with the best possible agents to meet their needs.

Apple said Monday it will contribute $2.5 billion to try and alleviate California’s housing crisis, raising the bar for tech companies to commit to the communities in which they reside.