New US home sales hit 8-year high as supply falls to lowest level in over a year
There was a groundswell of new home sales in the US last month, suggests the latest report from the US Census Bureau.
New York City’s population is higher than ever, but not in its gentrifying neighborhoods
Neighborhoods like Williamsburg, the Lower East Side and Upper Manhattan have still not regained the residents they lost during the housing crisis of the 1970s.
Annual Chinese investment in US housing projected to hit $50 billion by 2025
If the projected growth pans out, it will continue a trend that has seen Chinese buyers overtake Canadians as the leading foreign buyers of US homes.
Uptick in US home sales enough for best first quarter since 2007
The first quarter of 2016 was the busiest for US home sales in nearly a decade.
NYC’s top brokers attend Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park event at 1 Hotel Central Park
Attendees learned about the lifestyle and amenities on offer at the new condo and townhouse development.
Foreign investment in Canadian, US real estate poised to rise in 2016: survey
Foreign investment in property is set to rise this year in Canada and the US, if recent forecasts from REIT executives in both countries pan out.
Housing costs a big concern for nearly half of American renters
Keeping up with housing costs is a concern for 49 percent of American renters, but only 25 percent of homeowners.
This 312-square-foot “shed” in Brooklyn is on the market for half a million dollars
The home has been panned online as a "glorified tool shed."
Renters are raging on Twitter so we collected the 13 best #VentYourRent tweets
Bugs, rodents, bad plumbing — these renters have seen it all.
179 Woodpoint draws large crowd for launch party in East Williamsburg
The boutique condominium offers an abundance of outdoor space and will be part of the upcoming Terrace Tour of Williamsburg.
‘Tough spring’ ahead for US first-time homebuyers
“Yet another reminder that it pays to be wealthy,” says Zillow's chief economist Svenja Gudell.
The number one boom town in the US is an Arizona suburb, according to realtor.com
The term “boom town” probably won’t call to mind a sprawling low-rise development in Gilbert, Arizona — but maybe it should.
Growing NYC unsold housing inventory projected to top 9,000 new units by end of 2017
At current sales rates, excess inventory will not be sold for at least five years.
NYC plans to add 18 miles of protected bike lanes by end of 2016
In 2015, the City added 58 miles of bike lanes, of which 12 miles were protected.
City Ventures getting set to launch Solera Ranch with state-of-the-art green tech in Morgan Hill
The community in Morgan Hill, California will include 14 single-family detached homes and 17 townhomes.
NYC population growth is the highest it’s been since the 1920s
New data from the US Census Bureau say the city’s population has reached a high of 8,550,405.
Here’s why the Bronx hasn’t added a new subway stop in 75 years
Despite massive capital projects and growing populations, the MTA has only added 10 new stations and one replacement over the last 60 years.
The 10 most expensive Seattle homes on the market right now
Luxury real estate is on the rise in Seattle as our city economy continues to boom.
What the ZQA/MIH vote means for the future of affordable housing
Earlier this month, the New York City Housing Council overwhelmingly approved two key tenets of Mayor de Blasio's $41 billion affordable housing plan.
The d’Orsay in downtown Manhattan offers an exclusive collection of residences by world renowned designer Jacques Garcia
Jacques Garcia’s illustrious career has earned him global acclaim.
These are the 10 most (and least) affordable US housing markets for average earners
Home prices that continue to appreciate faster than wages are eating away at housing affordability in more and more local US markets, a new RealtyTrac report suggests.
Will New York State take over the beleaguered NYCHA?
Photo: Dan DeLuca/Flickr If one aspiring congressman gets his way, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) could have a new administrator: Governor Cuomo. First...
US pending home sales up in February after steep January drop
Following a series of volatile winter months, US pending home sales rose in February to their highest level since July.
US home sales rise as national housing supply continues to shrink
In the country's tightest market, current sales activity would lead to housing inventory selling out in just over a month.
Only six homes left at City Ventures’ Insignia Carlsbad community
Three homes are available for 30-day move ins, and finishings on the other three are still customizable.
New York new construction market outpaces infrastructure spending
While some real estate professionals have been thrilled about NYC's robust new construction market, many worry that City infrastructure is not keeping up.
This New York co-living startup already has 10 planned projects
Its current projects are in Williamsburg, Bed-Stuy, and Downtown Brooklyn -- all within 20 minutes of Union Square.
Here’s why more Millennials are deserting the city and moving to suburbia
“Even if an urban setting is where they’d like to buy their first home, the need for more space at an affordable price is for the most part pushing their search further out,” says NAR's chief economist.
Home flipping hits highest level in past 8 years in US
Last year was a busy one for home flipping in the US.