About 15 million properties in the U.S. are prone to flooding, but patchwork and ineffective disclosure laws mean most people get little to no information about flood risk before they move.
Research published this week finds that home sales volume and prices have declined in coastal census tracts vulnerable to sea level rise, relative to coastal areas less threatened by climate change.
As commercial real estate continues to lie vacant around the U.S., it may contribute to a vicious economic cycle that reshapes New York and other cities.
Millions of home listings on Realtor.com now include information about climate change-driven flood risk. Other real estate sites are holding off.
Despite high unemployment, a severe recession and economic uncertainty, the housing market is on a tear. Sales are booming, and prices hit a record high. Low rates and remote work are driving factors.
At a time of mass work from home and with many people moving to spacious suburbs, Amazon is funding a large expansion of corporate real estate and 3,500 jobs in six U.S. cities.
Writs of eviction have been backlogged in Georgia since federal unemployment checks, CARES Act protections and stalled courts kept sheriffs at bay. Now, hundreds of thousands of Georgians are at risk of being removed from their homes. On Second Thought discusses projections, protections, and consequences of a looming eviction crisis on the horizon.
Now that so many are working from home, more people are considering moving out of the city. The pandemic has sent enough New Yorkers to the exits to shake up the area's housing market.
The landlord of a Macon apartment complex that made news when tenants were forcibly evicted when property managers let the water get cut off may have...
When Patricia Jordan got home midmorning on Wednesday last week, all she wanted was a bath. But, for the second day straight, she was out of luck. The...