A new study reveals how old most Americans think buyers should be when they purchase their first property.
But there is a bright spot: More first-time home buyers appear to be entering the market even as tight inventories restrict the number of homes for sale.
Researchers find cities in the Midwest rank highest in terms of inequality, but that that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Buyers flipping through the marketing materials of this Granbury, Texas, home may have done a double take, but real estate pro Casey Lewis says the gimmick worked.
Some consumers are prepared to handle the housing shortages and rising home prices and interest rates plaguing this market. Find out who they are.