After a brief run-up, prices of new and existing homes are falling again.
Sales of existing homes rose 7.2 percent over June. But 4.1 million houses remain on the market, a jump over last month's level.
When Google makes a move in the real estate space, everyone watches for clues that might signal the sleeping giant is hungry for a bigger piece of the real estate pie.
Only 30 percent of foreclosed homes are currently on the market nationwide. Could the backlog of hundreds of thousands of empty or rented homes swamp recovery?
Americans are moving less than at any time since 1948. Many are just waiting to relocate, but some may be embracing a new era of nesting.
Permanent home swaps, while complex arrangements, are gaining momentum – 8,000 a month by one estimate.
In many metro areas, far-flung suburbs and exurbs face sharp declines in home prices.
Realistic pricing, cosmetic improvements, and greater patience are needed for today's sellers.
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