Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes bounced back in September to their strongest pace since January.
Sales of new homes fell unexpectedly in May, and the 5.9% retreat was the second consecutive monthly decline even as the median price hit an all-time high.
Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes fell for the third straight month in April as the number of properties for sale hit a record low, driving prices to new highs.
WASHINGTON — U.S. sales of existing homes increased 1.1 percent on a monthly basis in March, which suggests that buyers are undeterred by the dwindling number of properties available on the market. The National Association of Realtors said Monday that homes sold last month at a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 5.60 million, up from […]
Despite concerns April 2015’s riots would damage Baltimore’s housing market for the foreseeable future, recent numbers suggest that’s not happening. Live Baltimore, an organization that promotes living in the city, using data from Multiple Listing Service, has found sales in May were up from the previous two years. “There wasn’t the expected negative impact after […]
An analysis of March’s housing data for the Baltimore metro area shows the market continuing to improve. ShowingTime RealEstate Business Intelligence found the median home sales price was up 3.2 percent from last year; sales in March were up 11.2 percent year over year; and pending sales broke a previous high set last April. The […]
The McMansion is making a comeback. At least that’s what CityLab found after drilling down into recently released Census data. Following the 2008 financial crisis the average size of a home in the U.S. started to tumble. But the website found that between 2010 and 2011 the average new home increased by 88 square feet, […]
Some 13 percent of parents with children between the ages of 20 to 38 helped their child buy a home in the last five years, according to a survey.
In honor of the Academy Awards ceremony scheduled for Sunday, multiple listing service, MRIS, has released a list of 10 homes in the Baltimore metro area with home theaters.
Only 20 percent of mediation requests have resulted in some form of resolution.
The optimism comes despite the average listing price for a home in the Baltimore metro area falling by 8.1 percent.
The annual median sales price of a home in the Baltimore metro area fell .2 percent from 2013.