February home prices reflect pre-coronavirus market strength

Since sales typically represent contracts that were signed in the previous two months, CoreLogic expects the pandemic’s effects will start to show in the April data.

Live this week: the Inman Community Newsroom

Introducing our new always-on resource for sharing ideas, resources and information in real time.

Northeast markets most susceptible to impacts of coronavirus

Counties in the Northeast and Florida are at the greatest risk of taking the biggest hit to the housing market in the wake of the pandemic.

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.

Announcing Inman Connect Now

Connect Now, Inman’s new virtual event, will take place June 2-4, 2020.

Rent growth slows amid coronavirus pandemic

Rents still increased in March, but the growth slowed at a time when rents would normally be rising more quickly.

Wells Fargo suspends jumbo mortgages as demand fades

In an unpredictable market, demand for jumbo mortgages is declining as more homeowners seek forbearances and investors look to more secure loans.

88% of Coldwell Banker agents impacted by the pandemic

A survey conducted by the Realogy-owned brand hints at how widespread the economic turmoil from the pandemic is becoming.

Almost everyone thinks the pandemic will cost them deals

A recent Inman survey showed that the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have been mixed so far. But nearly everyone thinks they’ll eventually suffer.

Number of homes for sale declines 15.7% in March

The market started to show a slow down in the second half of March as the coronavirus outbreak settled in, according to data from realtor.com and Redfin.