Redfin found America’s most affordable neighborhoods, its most exclusive neighborhoods, and those rarest neighborhoods of all, the ones that are most economically integrated.
Buyers should prepare themselves: These markets are shaping up to be even more competitive than they were in 2013.
The housing recovery could be in for an especially bumpy road in 2014 as the Fed weans the country off economic life support.
With high-paying jobs aplenty in Austin, Dallas and Houston, incoming homebuyers can live like royalty.
When it comes to homebuying, women are in it for the long term and men prefer urban living.
It is official. The government has shut down and if it doesn’t re-open soon, the DC real estate market is going to take a hit.
Atlanta’s housing market typically marches to a seasonal drum, rarely seeing dramatic price swings. Nevertheless, like a rollercoaster ride, home prices in Atlanta made the steady climb north in the mid-2000s, plunged to startling depths between 2007 and 2010, and then soared back up. The real question on everyone’s mind: Can prices continue to climb? Multiple signs suggest no.
While Los Angeles County remains one of the nation’s most competitive real estate markets, the home-buying frenzy that dominated the area over the past year has started to ease.