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.
Here to help us see future trends is our own FOX 5 real estate expert John Adams, who, in full disclosure, is himself a homeowner, and has not had COVID-19.
Here to help us understand the threat to your home’s title is our own FOX 5 real estate expert John Adams.
Why you probably do not need title lock
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently issued an agency order establishing a nationwide ban on eviction actions by landlords.
Are you hoping to buy a house for the first time? Make sure you avoid these first-time homebuyer mistakes.
With today’s shortage of homes for sale, it’s no longer unusual to see several offers submitted to the seller for consideration, but some buyers have decided to make their offers more attractive to the seller by waiving their right to a home inspection.
Weekly $600 payments and eviction moratoriums have been a lifeline for many renters out of work, but those payments have now been terminated. FOX 5 Real Estate Expert John Adams provides some guidance in navigating this challenging time.
The federal moratorium on evictions has expired. If that’s not extended, by mid-August, eviction notices will be activated.
The Commerce Department reported Friday that the June gain pushed sales of new homes to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 776,000. The increase follows a 19.4% jump in May.
The Vacation Home Rental Industry is big business, with a growing part of the vacation market ditching the traditional hotel/motel experience. Instead, many choose a fully furnished home or apartment with maybe several bedrooms, of course, a bath or two, but usually including a full kitchen.
Just as Netflix replaced Blockbuster and Amazon has replaced Circuit City, the COVID-19 pandemic is hastening the death of the shopping mall by scaring shoppers away from public spaces and stores that have to be visited.
Most homeowners don’t want to put their homes on the market in the midst of a pandemic, but some do need to move, and it’s not the worst time to sell.
The National Association of Realtors said Monday that the monthly decline pushed sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.91 million, the slowest pace since a home buyers tax credit expired in October 2010.
When it comes to your 2020 property taxes, there’s still a way for you to appeal your assessment for this year, but the window for that process is closing fast.
Home loan interest rates are lower than they’ve been in several years, yet millions of American homeowners who should refinance to these lower rates have not done so, and it's literally costing them money every day that they wait.
A $4.5 million dollar home up for sale in Potomac, Maryland has been getting a lot of attention on social media partially because it has a "tiny town" in the basement.
The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that last month's decline pushed sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.33 million units, the slowest pace since September 2011.
The Coronavirus shutdown has already caused major changes in the lives of most Americans. Whether we are social distancing or experiencing the disease first-hand, we all are affected. And one result of the virus is that many Americans are now unemployed, but your landlord says the rent is still due on the first of the month.