April Existing Home Sales Fall 2.7%

Existing home sales in fell for the third straight month in April, hamstrung by tight inventories and rising home prices, the National Association of Realtors reported Friday.

Supply Issues Hold Back April Housing Starts

Supply constraints continue to prevent a sizzling housing market from turning white-hot, with April housing starts falling by nearly 10 percent, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.

New Home Sales Take a February Hit

Historically, February has never been a big month for home sales—it’s cold, the weather is unpredictable and it’s, well, February. But during the hottest—and strangest—housing winter in memory, could this February also defy logic.

February Existing Home Sales Drop 6.6%

Existing home sales declined in February, following two prior months of gains, the National Association of Realtors reported yesterday.

Winter Catches Up with February Housing Starts

Housing starts fell in February for the second straight month, HUD and the Census Bureau reported yesterday, with winter weather largely the culprit.

2021 New Home Sales Off to Solid Start

The report said sales of new single-family houses in January rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 923,000, 4.3 percent higher than the revised December rate of 885,000 and 19.3 percent higher than a year ago (774,000).

January Existing Home Sales Push to 2006 Levels

Existing home sales posted a modest 0.6 percent increase in January, the National Association of Realtors reported Friday, continuing just enough momentum to mark the highest annual pace since 2006.