Households in some U.S. markets pay almost 60% of their incomes toward rent, while those in others spend less than 25%.
U.S. annual home price growth moved up to 4.5% in September, the highest appreciation recorded since early 2023.
U.S. home prices rose from one year ago, but mortgage rate movements will play a role going forward.
Many potential U.S. homebuyers have relocated to less-expensive areas near their former residences so far in 2023.
A healthy job market continues to boost mortgage performance, with serious delinquencies falling to a 24-year low in August.
Timing the real estate market is crucial to building home equity and the resulting wealth.
While annual U.S. single-family rent increases continued to relax in August, tenants are still feeling the long-term pinch.
People of Hispanic origin are projected to comprise an exceptionally large proportion of first-time homebuyers over the next 15 to 20 years.
Annual U.S. home price growth regained steam again in August, with New England leading the charge.
Renters now spend more than 40% of their incomes on the cost of housing.
U.S. mortgage performance remained on solid footing in July, with both overall delinquency and foreclosure rates continuing to hover near record lows.