‘Because of persistent residential segregation and structural inequality, your ZIP code is a better determinant of your health than your genetic code,’ said Lisa Rice, president and CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance.
President Trump considers ending housing regulation that advocates say was created to combat racial segregation
Mortgage rates hit a fresh record low ahead of Fourth of July weekend
Economists now say the average rate on the 30-year mortgage could possibly drop below 3%.
Black homeownership has declined since 2012 — here’s where Black households are most likely to be homeowners
There’s a huge homeownership gap between Black and white Americans.
Home price gains remained steady in April as the coronavirus swept across the country, Case-Shiller index shows
Home prices have remained stable even as the pandemic has roiled local economies.
Rents are softening nationwide — but here’s where they are falling the most
The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has made the high rents in some parts of the country untenable.
Pending home sales staged a historic rebound in May, meaning the worst may have already come for the real-estate market
Contract signings rose by the largest percentage ever between April and May.
Mortgage rates keep falling to record lows — so is now a good time to refinance?
Homeowners stand to save money by refinancing, but some factors may make getting a new loan less worthwhile.
Home prices continued to rise even as the coronavirus pandemic swept across America, FHFA says
‘It’s likely housing will feel the broader economy’s downturn eventually,’ one economist says.