Making sense of the headlines: Could we see another housing meltdown?

Looking for a little clarity on this week’s news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner looks at the data to determine whether we could see a repeat of the housing market crash.

As aging urban cores get more expensive, a source of affordable housing diminishes

Sam Khater, chief economist at Freddie Mac, believes we’re starting to see American metros becoming more like European cities, where low- and middle-income individuals live in the suburbs, rather than dense urban cores.

Making sense of the headlines: Why is there a housing shortage?

Looking for a little clarity on this week’s news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner discusses the housing shortage and what drives the price for new homes up.

Making sense of the headlines: What will happen with interest rates?

Looking for a little clarity on this week’s news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner talks through the 30-year mortgage and how rates will move the rest of this year.

Making sense of the headlines: Is the jumbo mortgage market collapsing?

Looking for a little clarity on this week’s economic and housing news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner talks through the volatility of the jumbo mortgage market and what it means.

Making sense of the headlines: How will the housing market fare?

Looking for a little clarity on this week’s economic and housing news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner shares why the housing market is poised for a healthy rebound.

California Realtors expect coronavirus to lower housing market forecast

Agents are mixed on whether and how COVID-19 will impact their business.

C.A.R. President on housing crisis: ‘Our state’s future is on the line’

California Association of Realtors President Jeanne Radsick believes 2020 is the time for her state to pass pro-housing legislation.

Coastal cities and Sun Belt metros are building homes wrong: Study

Zoning changes in Houston, Atlanta and elsewhere would allow ‘missing middle’ housing, according to new Apartment List study.

Coastal cities and Sun Belt metros are building homes wrong

Zoning changes in Houston, Atlanta and elsewhere would allow “missing middle” housing, according to a new Apartment List study.