Articles by Robert Dietz
Real demand for housing is on the sidelines, particularly among younger Americans.
Pouring money into an aging house can actually translate into savings for consumers over the long term.
For Americans 75 and older, housing wealth represents more than half of net worth.
Based on the typical number of occupants, suburbanites might not deserve the bad rap for mega-mansions.
Homeownership has fallen since the recession, but it's still important for the nation's communities.
The desire for urban, walkable settings has the younger generation of homebuyers keen on townhouses.
The financial crisis burned the younger generation; now they're poised to drive housing demand.
The Great Recession hit the younger generation the hardest, and homeowership has suffered as a result.
Older homes mean more work--and more jobs--for the remodeling industry.
Inventory is low and demand is building--that's a good combination for home prices and jobs.