Real Estate

The construction industry finished 2017 year with 35 percent more jobs added than in 2016. Now, the industry is even more optimistic.

The temperature may be frigid across much of the nation, but home prices are sizzling and sellers are in the hot seat.

Home prices continue to show strong gains, accelerating from earlier in the year due to high demand.

The Zenplace robot is a roving screen showing a live person in another location.

Total mortgage applications rose 4.7 percent last week, driven by applications to refinance.

Diana Olick reports on a new offering being launched by ManageGo that will provide landlords and tenants a way to pay and receive rent in bitcoin.

Prices are rising, yet the discrepancy in price growth is acute when you compare the high end to the low end.

Existing home sales in October bounced back as both Houston and Florida rebounded faster than realtors expected. But as Diana Olick reports, there’s still a severe shortage of listings nationwide and new concerns that the tax plan might make housing more expensive.

The Congressional tax overhaul could put a dent in home values in high-tax states, and create looming credit risks for local governments.

Diana Olick reports on what one tech firm is doing to protect realtors from opioid addicts who visit open houses to raid the medicine cabinet.

The House Republican tax plan cuts the cap on the deduction to $500,000 of mortgage debt for newly purchased homes.

The construction labor shortage is acute nationwide and especially so in Denver, which is seeing huge employment growth.

The lack of supply that has been plaguing the nation’s housing market for the past two years has finally caught up to the priciest homes.

More borrowers are expected to tap their home equity for renovations and debt consolidation.

Houston area sales rose 4 percent in September from the prior year, after plummeting nearly 24 percent in August.