Along with higher rates of homeownership, other fundamentals across the real estate market point to greater confidence among consumers.
Although we've almost reached the end of 2016, economists and real estate analysts are still parsing the data from last year to get a sense of where things are heading in the near future.
It's clear that many Americans still plan on making the move in the near future. In fact, millions already have.
As insurance policies become more expensive, homeowners have become reluctant to contribute to them.
Recent studies have found women make some of the most dependable mortgage borrowers.
Real estate professionals in the U.S. may be pleased to know that when it comes to the rest of the world, they have it pretty good.