(BPT) - Your home is likely the biggest purchase you’ll make in your lifetime, and your most important investment. Current home prices remain strong, and this helps boost the average amount of …
Stacker used 2022 Niche data, and other sources, to rank Southern suburban and rural towns.
Canadians are the most frequent foreign buyers of U.S. homes. Calgary.com examined National Association of Realtors data to see where they're buying.
Thinking of picking up sticks and heading west? Stacker analyzed data from Niche to determine the best places to live on the West Coast.
Rental vacancies in the U.S. are at their lowest rate since 1984. Using quarterly Census data, Belong assembled a breakdown of vacancies by …
(BPT) - Did you know? Snow is easiest to clear when it’s fresh. A creaking sound may be a sign of snow load damage to your home. A garage …
Using data from Niche, Stacker compiled a list of the 50 best places to retire in the Midwest.
(BPT) - Buying your first home is a major milestone which can seem overwhelming — especially financially. Whether you’re tired of renting, growing your family or just want a place that …
Texas Real Estate Source examined Census Bureau and National Association of Realtors data to see how trends in first-time home buying has changed over time.
Americans and Canadians are in similarly overheated housing markets—can either avoid a painful crash? Calgary.com compiled sales data to understand how North America's slowing housing market is playing out.
Rentlodex collected rental vacancy data from the Census Bureau to understand what characteristics determine whether a property is likely to be vacant.
Homeowners associations have seen a massive rise in the last decade. Portland Real Estate analyzed data from the Census Bureau to explore where and why single-family homes are increasingly included in HOAs.
NashvillesMLS.com analyzed Census Bureau data to find the regions and states with the most empty homes for sale and for rent in the third quarter of 2022.
Stacker compiled a list of the 50 metro areas with the most unoccupied homes by analyzing data from the Census Bureau's 2021 American Community Survey, released in September 2022.
Stacker compiled a list of the U.S. metro areas with the least inventory of active listings, using Redfin's data and months of supply metric. Only metro areas where at least 300 homes sold in October 2022 were included. Metros include suburbs and other municipalities in the area.