Suburbs Vs. Cities: Population Growth Trends
Learn which U.S. regions and metro areas have been gaining population and about the factors driving these trends.
Population Growth: Where Are People Moving?
Discover the latest trends in population migration in the U.S. and what it means for housing prices.
What Will 2021 Bring For Housing?
Many of the trends that shaped the market last year, especially historically low mortgage rates, will continue to drive housing activity in 2021.
Snapshot of Today’s Housing Market
Here's what you can expect from the housing market for the rest of 2020.
What’s In Store for the U.S. Housing Market?
As we reach the mid-point of 2020, let's take a look at the housing market outlook.
A Decade in Review
We've seen a lot of changes over the past 10 years - and the housing industry was no exception.
A Look Ahead: The Housing Market in 2020
With low interest rates, modest inflation and a solid labor market, there are many reasons to be optimistic about housing in the coming year.
The Value of Accessibility
In the DC Metro Area, proximity to a Metro station has an impact on home prices.
Not Quite Over the Hill?
Millennials are losing out to the 55+ generation when it comes to owning a home. Why?
What Do You Think is More Affordable?
If you've struggled to pay your rent recently, know that you’re not alone.
Are Pet Owners More Likely to Rent or Own?
What if owning a pet could predict if you're more likely to rent or own a home?
Can Housing Catch Up to the Red-Hot Economy?
With 2018 coming to an end, will the housing market see a fourth quarter comeback?
10 Best Places for First-Time Homebuyers
Finding the right location is an important factor when looking to buy a home.
First-time Buyers Are Finally on the Rise
First-time buyers represented 46 percent of Freddie Mac's purchased loans in the first quarter, which was the largest share in recent history. Can it continue?
Homeownership: Taking Taxes into Account
2018 ushered in new federal income tax laws that have many homeowners scratching their heads and wondering how the changes will affect them . The answer: It depends.
When Mortgage Rates Weren't Groovy
The most dramatic increase in mortgage rates came during the late 1970s. What would happen if rates rise like that again?