Delinquency and foreclosure rates remain steady: CoreLogic

Similar to April, 3.6 percent of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency in May, according to a new study released Monday.

Home price gains dip in May but rise 3.4% annually: Case-Shiller

The “broad-based moderation” of home prices continues, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices’ Philip Murphy.

NAR: Commission lawsuits could be ‘disastrous’ for both buyers and sellers

How should the industry make agent commission structures more transparent before angry consumers and the Justice Department forces it to do so in ways that might be harmful?

Single-family rent prices up 3 percent in May: CoreLogic

According to the latest CoreLogic data released on Tuesday, monthly rent for a single-family home grew by 3 percent to an average of $1,442 in May.

Delinquency rates hit 20-year low

Nationwide, only 3.6 percent of homeowners fell into some sort of delinquency on their mortgages in April, down from 4 percent in March.

Home price growth accelerates for first time in 14 months

Nationwide, home prices grew by 3.6 percent in May year-over-year and 0.9 percent from April, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.

NYC law firm mulls class action lawsuit against Realogy

The New York City-based law firm that previously filed a class action lawsuit against Zillow is putting Realogy in its crosshairs.

Top companies bet on Inman Connect Las Vegas

While Inman Connect attendees are booking their flights, getting hair cuts, ordering business cards, and reviewing the agenda, franchises, service and solution providers for the industry are also preparing. Because Inman Las Vegas isn’t just bigger, better, bolder in terms of content. That goes for our sponsors, too.

Bombshell lawsuit takes a new turn

The bombshell lawsuit that could upend the U.S. real estate industry has been amended, adding more plaintiffs and defendants and emphasizing the role commissions play in steering buyers and raising costs for sellers.

Foreclosure rates remain low, but homes hit by natural disasters continue to struggle

Four percent of U.S. homeowners fell into some sort of delinquency on their mortgages in March, down from 4.3 percent a year earlier.