Election season is always wild in swing states, but so are home prices

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will go/went head-to-head for the first time at Hofstra University’s Hempstead campus in New York in the first of three presidential debates. According to a Trulia survey, if Republican presidential nominee Trump wins t…

Chew on this guide to the best DC neighborhoods for dining

Washington D.C. is a booming city rich in history and cultural diversity, but it’s also considered one of the best places to dine in the …

Housing inventory rates falling in much of the country, Trulia says

Low inventory rates have been putting a damper on the housing market throughout the nation, and these rates continue to drop nationally in the third quarter of 2016, according to a new report …

NYC: ultra-developed and still running out of housing

Present throughout the nation, many markets with high housing costs can be traced to at least on issue: lack of inventory. Compared to historical trends, data shows East Coast builders are not providing nearly as much housing as prices continue to grow…

Census says income growth lowering barriers for new homeowners

The U.S. Census Bureau released it’s yearly American Community Survey for 2015, showing median income increased 5.2 percent nationwide between 2014 and …

More than just money: Landlords say most desirable tentant traits include transparency, manners

It’s no secret that landlords prefer tenants with a regular income and decent credit score, but what else do property owners consider top qualifications for good renters …

Yes, San Francisco home prices are high – but don’t forget Oakland and San Jose

It’s widely known that Bay Area housing prices have not only skyrocketed since the last real estate bubble burst, but have remained high to make it the highest priced housing market in the country …

HousesForSale.com: Does this agent-built portal have chops?

Dallas-based HousesForSale.com sells agents access to their market under its domain. An agent in Houston, for example, could scoop up his or her ZIP code on the site’s homepage. But a number of things concern me about this product …

Here’s where home values have skyrocketed, while others barely get by

The U.S. housing market is splitting: metro areas with the highest home value appreciation over the past 30 years have grown exponentially faster than those with the slowest appreciation. And, according to a Trulia report, the split is widening …

Are McMansions losing traction in the suburbs?

Big plots of land dotted with similarly styled homes was once the cornerstone of the American homeowner’s dream. Dubbed McMansions, these big, box-like homes were hugely popular between 2001 and 2007 and were roughly 1.5 to 2.5 times larger than 2000’s…