New York City apartments reach highest vacancy rates in 14 years

The apartment vacancy rate in Manhattan skyrocketed to 3.67 percent in June — the highest rate reached since Douglas Elliman began tracking this data.

Homes continue to sell at fastest pace in 2 years

Sellers continue to be at an advantage in July, with homes leaving the market at their most rapid pace since Zillow began analyzing this data in 2018.

Bidding wars intensify nationwide as mortgage rates hit new low

Boston saw the highest frequency of bidding wars, with 72.4 percent of offers facing competition, according to a Redfin survey released Friday.

East Coast markets most vulnerable to economic impacts of COVID-19

Markets on the East Coast and in Northern Illinois were most vulnerable to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic during the second quarter.

More than 1 in 5 Americans moved or know someone who moved during the pandemic

New data from the Pew Research Center shows that the pandemic is driving a huge amount of migration.

Mortgages in forbearance drop for third consecutive week

The total number of mortgage loans in forbearance dropped to 8.39 percent of servicers’ portfolio volume from 8.47 percent the week prior.

A third of all Americans missed housing payments in July

Of the 32 percent of Americans who didn’t make a full housing payment, 19 percent made no payment at all while 13 percent paid a portion.

High-end homes flood the market as homeowners seek to trade up

In June, meanwhile, new listings for more affordable homes plunged 29 percent year over year, according to a new Zillow survey released Wednesday.

Quicken Loans files for IPO as Rocket Companies

The Detroit-based lender announced the Rocket brand in 2015 and now plans to use the symbol RKT on the New York Stock Exchange.

Scores of real estate companies took home large PPP loans

Luxury brokerages, franchises for brands such as Realogy and Keller Williams, MLSs and local Realtor organizations all received money from the Paycheck Protection Program.