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Fewer Americans are borrowing against their homes after getting nailed in the financial crisis — and it’s hurting banks
Home equity lines of credit are much less common today than a decade ago, with only 4% of Americans getting cash with their homes as collateral.
The Federal Reserve's recent rate cuts pulled borrowing costs lower and reinvigorated the housing market after growth slowed in 2018.
The average American household size is on the rise for the first time in over a century, and it’s partly because millennials can’t afford ...
From 1790 to 2010, the average US household size declined from 5.79 people to 2.58, according to Pew. In 2018, it increased to 2.64 people.
A penthouse in a historic San Francisco clock tower just went on the market for $6 million, and the photos are stunning
The risk of a housing bubble within the eurozone in particular has risen in recent years due to low interest rates, according to UBS.
San Francisco’s homelessness crisis has gotten so bad, residents are putting boulders on the streets to stop people from sleeping there
This isn't the first time boulders have been used to block homeless encampments in San Francisco, where the homeless population is nearing 10,000.
When it comes to real estate, there are key factors that help forecast which housing markets will be most at risk when the next recession hits.
Scott Disick just flipped another home in California, and it’s listed for $6.89 million — double its original price. Here’s a look a...
The two-story farmhouse sits in Hidden Hills, a swanky, gated community where the median home value is a staggering $3,285,800.
New data shows 1 in 4 luxury apartments in New York City are unsold — and it could be signaling a recession is near
"Demand for high-priced condos seems likely to be an early casualty of a potential future recession," StreetEasy said in a report.
There is constant, nation-wide coverage on all the states that are outrageously expensive, like California — but what about the ones that aren't?