Even as the economy plunges and states struggle to get the coronavirus outbreak under control, experts warn of another crisis on the horizon: mass, nationwide evictions.
On Sunday, one day after announcing he would run for president, Kanye West tweeted a photo of his prefabricated, low-income housing design that he rolled out about a year ago, indicating that the project may be back in full-swing.
A Florida man has been fraudulently charging supplies to Lowe's and using them to build a home all while in prison, an investigation by the FBI alleges.
The move allows Sereno Group, the largest independently owned and locally operated residential real estate brokerage in Silicon Valley and the Santa Cruz Coast, to expand its coverage in the Bay Area even further.
Based on panel and taxing entity data, researchers found Black and Hispanic homeowners pay up to 13 percent more in property taxes, according to a joint study by Indiana University and the University of California-Berkeley.
Shannon McGahn, senior vice president of government affairs for the National Association of Realtors, is among those named in the report.
Erin Krueger recently chatted with Inman about how her team has adapted over the course of the pandemic and how those strategic changes have them poised for future success.
Scott Sobol, a former agent for Compass in Hell's Kitchen, has been let go because of video footage showing his behavior toward homeless people in his neighborhood.
A new ranking from WalletHub looks at the best and worst cities for first-time homebuyers.
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