St. Louis Fed President James Bullard argues the economy is likely entering "boom phase."
Consumers already are thinking about buying a home while rates are low, according to Redfin
The data from the Labor Department indicate that the U.S. jobs recovery is continuing at a decent clip, a sign that the economy has underlying strength despite other recent data showing the recovery in a slump.
Even excluding college students, there's been a big increase in young people living at home
A new report describes where the next housing bubble could be happening.
The evidence is pretty clear: an aggressive bold attack on household debt would have significantly reduced the horrible impact of the Great Recession on Americans.
There is a strong correlation between the real estate market and U.S. auto sales – particularly when it comes to the most iconic American vehicle of all, the pickup truck.
They won't be able to secure the tantalizingly low rates they got back then when they buy a house now, according to research.
Economists Robert Shiller and Karl Case have been digging into the psyches of recent home buyers to figure out how they form expectations about home values.
"We might actually see falling prices by the end of 2014," Yale economist Robert Shiller says. "I'm not predicting that. I’m just saying it’s a worry."
The city of Junipero has a problem.
Zillow and the Urban League find even more ways in which the housing crisis broke down along racial lines.
Sometimes, the emotions people have about the economy are just as important as the actual data.
Mel Watt is good to go to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency. It's a big job these days.
Maybe higher mortgage rates aren't killing the housing sector, after all.
With new data out Tuesday morning, we'll learn just how much damage the housing market is suffering from higher mortgage rates.
Create sophisticated index. Take it to Washington. Hang out with the President.
The flagship rental assistance problem is maddening for people in big metro areas. Here's how to fix it.
Ominous signs from the bond market and a lawsuit from Wells Fargo fail to derail a novel strategy for preventing foreclosures.
Home prices and interests rates are up, but incomes are stagnant: The days of easy home-buying are over.