In order to combat a growing population crisis, Japanese authorities are listing some abandoned houses — also known as “akiya” — for $500.
The average home prices in metro Atlanta jumped almost 20 percent since the beginning of the pandemic.
When it comes to renting versus buying, it all comes down to knowing what your options are.
Here are the five things you need to know about the red-hot real estate market and the rising prices and demand for homes.
The Marietta home has hosted multiple presidents, was featured on HGTV, and served as the on-screen home for a "Karate Kid." It could all be yours for $2.6 million.
“The housing market is hot. Very hot,” National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun told FOX Television Stations. But Yun predicts that things could soon cool down.
Housing stock is low. After the 2008 housing market crash, home building stalled. The build back is creeping along just as millennials, now the largest generation, are all looking for homes.
While many businesses have slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the home-building industry has seen a boom — but it could be at risk due to a lumber shortage that has triggered skyrocketing prices for the material.
The COVID-19 pandemic will leave some lasting changes to our homes and how we live and work, FOX 5 real estate expert John Adams says.
A new platform is offering a way to make home-buying easier for the first-time buyer through a rent-to-own plan.
Real estate marketing hasn't changed much in the last hundred years, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced the industry to make big changes in a short time.
The organization that purchased a plot of land near Toomsboro, Georgia to create a community in which African Americans prosper just acquired even more land.
There is a new loan program that may offer help in home buying. It’s called the Fannie Mae HomeReady Program, and it may be just right for you.
Fannie Mae HomeReady Program
Apartment rents continue to drop in San Francisco as the pandemic and remote work question the desire for high-priced living.
If you have been thinking abut jumping on the home buying bandwagon, it’s not too late. Interest rates are at record lows, and even though prices have been rising, the many benefits of owning a home remain compelling.
Home down payments are on the rise.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused profound changes in the way most Americans think, shop, work, and even where we prefer to live.
The real estate market has been robust for years. But, today we have record unemployment, and a foreclosure moratorium expiring at the end of the year.
Why the real estate market won't collapse when the foreclosure moratorium ends.