Mortgage applications drop 5.1%

The decline in loan application activity may be a result of rising coronavirus cases in many states, as well as the delay of a new government-issued stimulus package.

Northeastern markets lead the way in post-lockdown recovery

Boston, New York City and Philadelphia have exceeded pre-COVID market pace thanks to rising interest in the suburban listings, according to realtor.com.

Are McMansions back? Pandemic spurs renewed interest in big homes

“They want larger pools, they want more bedrooms, they want multiple offices and they want an area for their kids,” Dana Koch, a Corcoran Group broker in Palm Beach, told Inman.

National median listing price reaches new high amid pandemic

The national median listing price reached $349,000 in July — the highest price hike since November 2018, according to realtor.com’s latest market report.

Realtor.com partners with Opendoor, others for ‘seller’s marketplace’

The new platform from realtor.com provides sellers with options from from Opendoor, EasyKnock, HomeGo and WeBuyHouses.com, as well as listing on the open market.

This is the ‘sweet spot’ for when to buy a home

Is there a sweet spot for homebuyers when it comes to matching ample inventory with a reasonable sales price? According to a new analysis by NerdWallet, the answer is yes.

Zillow’s agent profiles are the most useful, according to new study

The study, released Monday by the Consumer Federation of America, also warns consumers to be skeptical of agent ratings.

Back to the future: Check out this totally tubular 1980s mansion

With pink walls, neon ceiling lights and a wet bar with a waterfall, the Indian Wells, California, home appears frozen in time.

What happens when top real estate portals join forces?

When massive real estate portals join forces, it’s for one reason: market power. These mega-mergers of leading real estate portals highlight the power of market dominance through greater reach, greater pricing power and accelerated revenue growth.

Inventory continues to fall in June

Housing inventory across the U.S. was down 27.4 percent year over year, or approximately 363,000 fewer homes during the same period last year.