Even though rent is high in California, buying, for many, can often be more affordable that renting. More than one million households earn more than the minimum qualifying income, yet they continue to rent. Who are these potential buyers?
Wish your home looked like a model house? Check out some of the trends builders are currently featuring in their model homes to entice buyers.
Americans are moving at the lowest rate on record. Why? Compared with earlier generations of young adults, Millennials are moving significantly less.
Buying a home is often the largest purchase one will make in a lifetime. While saving up for a down payment may be a challenge for some, it is not impossible. Here's how members of various generations view their financial situation.
After slipping for three straight years, the U.S. share of sales to first-time home buyers increased to 35% in 2016, the highest level since 2016.
The growing popularity of urban housing in some metro areas suggests that an increasing portion of home buyers desire urban-style amenities.
Homes were slightly more affordable in Q3 2016 compared with Q3 2015.
Buying a primary residence is a financial decision, but also an emotional one that involves many lifestyle factors.
Generation Xers value family time above all else, and the home is the central hub of family activity, offering a place to unwind and connect outside of their bust work life.
Aspirations of homeownership remain strong, but an increasing percentage of consumers with student loan debt worry about their homeownership future.