The Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), a national nonprofit trade organization, released its 2021 State of Asia America Report on June 30, showing the south has become an increasingly attractive choice for homeownership among members o
With BofA predicting that the US is facing a period of "transitory hyperinflation", one which could last up to 4 years, as a result of soaring commodity prices in everything from metals to food and beyond, in what increasingly more warn is a stagflat
Surging rents - the "missing link" from both the CPI and PCE baskets - are back with a vengeance, and the result is that no matter which official inflation metric one uses, we are about to see some truly epic inflation numbers in the coming weeks.
Champlain Towers developer Nathan Reiber, who died in 2014, was once accused of paying off local officials to sidestep a construction moratorium in Surfside in 1979 because of problems with the sewer system, according to WaPo.
Last month, we noted "Screw Lumber, Just 3D-Print Your Next Home," which is precisely what one builder did in Virginia.
According to local news NBC12, history was made Thursday when the first house in the state, located in South Richmond, was const
Three years before the deadly collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium complex near Miami, a consultant found alarming evidence of "major structural damage" to the concrete slab below the pool deck and "abundant" cracking and crumbl
What are the worst cities for investment properties right now? And what should real estate investors know? Ken breaks down the two cities most impacted by urban exodus and what to be aware of when making investments in these places down the road.
The one-month extension, which the administration says will be the last such extension, will also give the Democrats more time to distribute billions of dollars in pandemic aid and rent relief. The moratorium will now remain in effect until July 31.
Lumber futures on Chicago Mercantile Exchange posted their largest-ever weekly loss, extending a multi-week decline as sawmill output increases and buyers hold off on purchases, according to Bloomberg.
House prices in the United States are being pushed up by pension funds that are outbidding middle class families and purchasing up to 24% of houses in some areas they then rent out, according to a new report.