The shutdown is tripping up real estate deals across the country

With no end in sight to the shutdown — which began in December and hinges on political leaders disagreement over funding for a border wall — Realtors say the dire affects are seeping into more and more corners of the industry.

The shutdown is tripping up real estate deals across the country

With no end in sight to the shutdown — which began in December and hinges on political leaders disagreement over funding for a border wall — Realtors say the dire affects are seeping into more and more corners of the industry.

Governments mull bans on voucher discrimination

As housing affordability continues to decrease nationwide, an effort is underway at the local and federal level to prevent landlords from discriminating against those who pay for housing using government subsidies, such as Section 8 vouchers.

A Trump official with a 6-figure salary is moving to public housing

A Trump administration official with a six-figure salary is planning to move from her Trump Tower condo into public housing.

Home prices rose nationwide in Q3, but at slower rate

Home prices are up 1.3 percent in the third quarter, according to the latest Home Price Index compiled by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

Permits, starts and completions all drop below 2017 levels

Permits for new construction, housing starts and housing completions were all below 2017 levels in October, according to data released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

New residential home sales plummet to 2-year low in September

New residential home sales dropped 5.5 percent in September to the lowest growth in almost two years, according to the Census Bureau and the HUD.

Should a family of 7 be able to live in this duplex? Yes, says HUD

Wisconsin homeowners are being charged with discrimination by HUD for denying the rental application of a family with five children.

The government is cracking down on reverse mortgages

Homeowners looking for a reverse mortgage may have to undergo a second appraisal in certain circumstances, thanks to new guidance from the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).

Housing starts soar in August but permits plunge to 15-month low

Privately owned housing starts jumped 9.2 percent month-over-month and 9.4 percent year-over-year to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,282,000, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and U.S. Census Bureau.