First-time Buyers, Single Women Gain Traction in NAR’s 2016 Buyer and Seller Survey by Media Contact: Adam DeSanctis

WASHINGTON (October 31, 2016) — The quickening pace of home sales over the past year included a small rebound from two key segments of buyers who have been missing in action in recent years: first-time buyers and single women. This is according to the National Assn of Realtors annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, which … Continue reading First-time Buyers, Single Women Gain Traction in NAR’s 2016 Buyer and Seller Survey by Media Contact: Adam DeSanctis

Treasury: Here’s What Housing Reform Should Look Like by K. Baer

“Whether they are aware of it or not, some of the most momentous decisions American families make are shaped by how the housing finance system serves them,” said U.S. Department of the Treasury Counselor Antonio Weiss and Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy Karen Dynan in a recent commentary. But how is Treasury currently helping to … Continue reading Treasury: Here’s What Housing Reform Should Look Like by K. Baer

Look out housing, Millennials are about to take over It’s just a matter of time, according to new First American data by Kelsey Ramirez

Millennials haven’t taken over the housing market yet, but it’s only a matter of time before they do. Many Millennials have not moved into homeownership due to a number of factors, including a preference for urban living and a high student debt burden. However, now first First American created a chart that shows Millennials have a higher percentage of … Continue reading Look out housing, Millennials are about to take over It’s just a matter of time, according to new First American data by Kelsey Ramirez