Single-family rent climbed in November — but at a slower clip

Nationwide, the cost of renting a single-family home grew by 2.9 percent, to an average of $1,455, in November, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.

Compass hiring 100 more engineers for Seattle tech hub

Compass is launching a west coast technology campus and looking to nearly double its technical staff to populate the new hub.

Redfin Concierge cleaning and staging service comes to Seattle

As the market turns, the listing concierge wars are heating up: Redfin, the first major brokerage to pioneer its own home cleaning and staging service for sellers almost a year ago, is finally bringing that service, Redfin Concierge, to its hometown of Seattle. 

Redfin Concierge cleaning and staging service comes to Seattle

As the market turns, the listing concierge wars are heating up: Redfin, the first major brokerage to pioneer its own home cleaning and staging service for sellers almost a year ago, is finally bringing that service, Redfin Concierge, to its hometown of Seattle. 

San Francisco is mostly made up of $1M homes now

There are now only 15 neighborhoods left in the entire city where the median home value is below $1 million, according to a new analysis from property portal Trulia.

The longest housing inventory slump in history is over

After four straight years of declines, the nation’s longest inventory slump in history has finally come to an end, according to the latest data from realtor.com. Housing inventory was up 2 percent — or 25,000 listings — in October 2018 vs. October of last year.

Seattle tiny-home ‘experiment’ slated to close in spring 2019

Amid an uptick of 911 calls, a controversial tiny-house village in North Seattle will close next spring after the city decided not to renew its licence.

Seattle is more affordable than Detroit? How’s that even possible?

New York City clocked in as the least affordable city, with rent accounting for 121 percent of each paycheck for the typical city dweller, according to a new study released on Friday.

Home price growth slows to 6% in July

S&P Dow Jones Indices Managing Editor and Chairman of the Index Committee David M. Blitzer says the slowdown can be seen across the country, as sales of single-family homes have dwindled.

Home price appreciation is slowing around the country

Home price appreciation is growing at its slowest rate since August 2014, according to Redfin’s latest market report. U.S. home prices grew 4.7 percent in August year-over-year, and home sales fell 2.4 percent over the same time frame.