While economists say prices for some consumer goods will stay high for a while, many expect inflation to decrease next year.
Evidence released Tuesday shows it’s getting tougher to keep a roof over your head in Harris County; especially for those living in low-income housing. Our FOX 26 Houston Government Reporter Greg Groogan breaks it all down for us.
The cost of renting or buying a home, in Houston, continues to rise but a new study shows there can be significant savings between the two depending on where you live.
The cost of renting or buying a home, in Houston, continues to rise for a variety of reasons but FOX 26 Business Reporter Tom Zizka says a new study shows there can be significant savings, between the two depending on where you live.
A new Bankrate survey finds more than half of millions who bought a home in this competitive market regret it. Many say they spent too much and felt pressure to buy something they didn't love. Jennifer Wauhob, HAR chair-elect discusses ways to avoid buyer's remorse.
A lot of homeowners are tempted to sell in this hot housing market. However, should you stay put or should you go? We speak with Personal Finance Expert Dan Roccato with Credible.com on what you should know before you decide to sell.
If you've driven in West University, you've likely seen what's known as the Darth Vader house. Now, for the first time since it was built decades ago, it's on the market. FOX 26 Houston’s Ruben Dominguez gives us an inside look of how the Dark Side lives.
Almost a quarter of the homes on the market right now are selling above the asking price. That means many buyers are ending up in bidding wars. Credible.com Personal Finance expert Dan Roccato has tips on how to win and when to bow out.
In this competitive housing market, some home buyers are going to extremes to get the property they want like foregoing inspections. For more on this, we speak to Dr. Juan Zane Crawford, Real Estate Professor at Houston Community College.
You don’t know the power of the dark side! But for $4.3 million, you most likely will as one massive Houston home just hit the market.
“The housing market is hot. Very hot,” National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun told FOX Television Stations. But Yun predicts that things could soon cool down.
While many businesses have slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the home-building industry has seen a boom — but it could be at risk due to a lumber shortage that has triggered skyrocketing prices for the material.
For many, shopping for a home has really changed in the last several months. Clicking through online listings seems so much safer, and would-be buyers may have noticed the opportunity to take a 'virtual tour'.
The Commerce Department reported Friday that the June gain pushed sales of new homes to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 776,000. The increase follows a 19.4% jump in May.
Los Angeles property doubled as exterior of fictional Miami home
“Black people bring out the worst in us”. “I’m sick of these thugs making excuses on the news for their animal behavior”. These are just a portion of two of the posts put up on Facebook by Houston realtors and the complaints began rolling in. The Houston Association of Realtors immediately followed up with a post of its own saying "Racism Has No Home Here".
Some homeowners will owe a balloon payment for all the months skipped in just a few short months, so families are worried they won't be able to pay it. But there are options.
The Houston Association of Realtors's monthly report shows an 8 percent increase in buyers closing on single-family homes last month over a year earlier.
Realtors are now using live streams and virtual tours online to show homes to prospective buyers to avoid spreading the COVID-19 virus in person.
A corporate email was sent to apartment managers warning them on how to spot a trap queen before renting to them.