Though most Americans go through their day thinking everything is now returning to normal, the fact of the matter is the situation is anything but stable. With crime rates skyrocketing, home prices dropping to under $500 for a house,...Show More Summary
Sellers often go back and forth when trying to pick a sales price. Some sellers even believe that their real estate agent should pick the sales price. It's not the agent's house, so picking the sales price is the seller's job. Agents can help by supplying information, but the ultimate decision is made by the sellers. Show More Summary
The boldest foray yet for a U.S. university into China is emerging as an illustration of political risks; housing prices in China's biggest cities last month registered their highest annual growth rate in more than two years.
Forbes’ annual list of America’s most expensive homes identifies more than 30 properties priced at $60 million and up — including a 47-acre estate halfway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley whose owner, Christian de Guigne IV, has placed a...
The most expensive homes in the U.S. right now are priced well above the $100-million mark, according to a compilation assembled by Forbes.
The extra cost of higher rates on home prices wouldn't darken the housing outlook except it is running up against puny growth in incomes.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's house prices rose at the fastest pace this year in May from a year earlier, though the pace of gains eased from the previous month, highlighting the dilemma facing the central bank as it balances the need to support the econ...
Here are today’s statistics on the state of the economy: Home prices continue to rise sharply, with the June Home Price Index rising to 52 from 44. The Empire State manufacturing index jumped more than 8 points to 7.84 from -1.43. ~ Dale Franks Google+ Profile Twitter Feed
In addition to Case-Shiller, CoreLogic, FHFA and LPS, I'm also watching the FNC, Zillow and several other house price indexes. From FNC: FNC Index: Rise in Home Prices Picks up in April The latest FNC Residential Price Index™ (RPI) shows that U.S. Show More Summary
If you haven't seen Howl's Moving Castle by Studio Ghibli, you've really been missing out. Luckily, you can solve that here and now with the most definitive home release yet. Sporting both DVD and Blu-ray with a list price of $39.99, the combo pack for the film dropped on May 21st, and it's the first time the film's been made available on Blu-ray. Show More Summary
Could simply eliminating asking prices on homes and allowing buyers dictate pricing make a difference in the real estate industry? Let us take a look at who really sets asking prices on homes. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat
``Private-equity firms, hedge funds and individuals are all buying foreclosed or distressed homes to turn into rental properties as prices remain 28 percent below their 2006 peak. Companies including Blackstone Group, which has invested...Show More Summary
Consumers will next year be able to use their mobile phones across the European Union for the same price as at home, it is planned, after officials voted to fast-track major reforms of telecoms regulation. Roaming fees for voice calls,...Show More Summary
The bottom for inventory is a key topic for 2013... From Tim Ellis at Redfin: Here Comes the Inventory Increasing home prices are giving more sellers sufficient equity to sell, and sellers who already had equity are being lured intoShow More Summary
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Welcome back summer weather! It's another season of Weekend Getaways, where we look at homes within driving distance (or maybe a little further) of Los Angeles that are on the market. Location: 556 Periwinkle Lane Price: $1,925,000 Size: 3 beds,...
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have hoisted their Pacific Palisades home on the market with a $5.25 million asking price. This was the couple’ “starter home” after they wed. PHOTOS: … READ ON
The old saying that home prices never fall obviously wasn't true. But in the following video, Fool contributor Matt Thalman discusses why the "strategic foreclosure" may not have been the smartest thing to do for the millions of homeowners...Show More Summary
The good news: The Charlotte Observer reports that fewer Charlotte-area homeowners were “underwater” in the first quarter of this year — 13 percent, as compared 18.8 of households with an outstanding loan a year earlier. The bad news: This still leaves more than one in eight of households with a loan — an estimated 50,292 [...]