SALES of new US single-family homes fell in February after surging in the prior month, and could decline further because of the novel coronavirus pandemic which is boosting unemployment and...

[WASHINGTON] Sales of new US single-family homes raced to a 12-1/2-year high in January, pointing to housing market strength that could help to blunt any hit on the economy from the coronavirus...

THIS year saw weak annual gains in US luxury home prices, new tax proposals on million-dollar properties, and restrictions for foreign investors.

[WASHINGTON] Sales of new US single-family homes unexpectedly fell in October following recent strong gains, but the overall housing market remains supported by lower mortgage rates.

CONTRACT signings to purchase previously owned US homes posted the largest annual increase in four years, signalling lower mortgage rates are reviving interest from buyers.

SALES of new US single-family homes fell in September as low inventories continued to weigh on sales even as prices saw the biggest monthly fall in five years.

US HOME sales fell more than expected in September as the market continues to struggle with a dearth of properties for sale, especially for cheaper homes.

[WASHINGTON] Contract signings to purchase previously owned US homes rebounded in August by more than forecast, helped by low mortgage rates and continued household income gains.

CONTRACT signings to purchase previously owned US homes fell more than estimated in February, suggesting that the prior month's surge resulted from pent-up demand and that a sustainable...

SALES of new US single-family homes fell more than expected in January, suggesting that the housing market weakness persisted early in the first quarter, despite a moderation in mortgage rates....