Half of home buyers in the U.S. are under 36, meaning a new generation—Millennials—is shaping the future of real estate. 

A Housing Czar would replace the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, empowered to govern housing policy and regulation in all respects.

The homeownership rate for immigrants (foreign-born U.S. residents) is slowly gaining ground against that of domestic-born residents.

Meritage Homes Corporation, a leading U.S. homebuilder, unveiled its LiVE.NOW.™ homes focused on the growing first-time buyer market.

Experts might not agree on the “best” or the “right” recipe for rapid economic growth, but some cities have figured out the key ingredients and how to stir the pot just right to sustain long-term prosperity.

If the softwood lumber tariffs on Canadian imports end up coinciding with a Canadian housing market slump, component manufacturers (CM) in Canada will be strongly motivated to sell structural building products into the U.S.

Looking at single-family homes started in 2015, the median prices, excluding improved lot values, range from $168 per square foot in the Pacific division to $78 per square foot in the East South Central division.

Building sprawling suburbs is better at making cities affordable than building tall towers, according to research released Wednesday.

June marked 50 consecutive months of annual national home price appreciation, with prices up 33 percent from that bottom in 2012.

Metrostudy recently released its second quarter look at 2016 housing starts.  In this report, it revised its projections for year-end upward.