America's big spenders sprang back into action in September, but when it came to home purchases, consumers weren't quite so confident
Rising interest rates are sending lumber prices to their lowest level in more than two years. What does that mean for new-home construction?
Adapting house plans to accommodate an evolving buyer pool is easier said than done, but these design tips from Housing Design Matters offer a helpful starting point
While the rest of the country faces the aftershock of soaring interest rates and persistent inflation, regional markets in the East and Midwest are balancing affordable home prices with strong buyer demand
U.S. home prices fell at the fastest rate in the history of S&P Case-Shiller Index in July, but not all markets are decelerating at an equal pace
Rental costs are falling in formerly overheated metros, and more price drops are expected as the rental sector rebalances post-pandemic
A growing number of homeowners are renovating their bathrooms to maximize shower space, but in the process, many are removing their bathtubs—a major faux pas, according to some designers