The latest news on housing
A look at how far your real estate dollar will stretch in the "Windy City"
A look at markets that were hammered the hardest.
A new report lays out the ugly data.
Barack Obama selected Shaun Donovan to be secretary of housing and urban development.
The Berkeley professor is more optimistic about housing than many.
Commissioner sees it as a tool to resolve the housing crisis while retaining cops.
A look at some key trends and statistics on real estate in the Big Apple.
A look at what $400,000 to $2.5 million buys you in the Big Apple's housing market/
Big Apple properties that have been forced to reduce their listing prices.
Zillow reports on what the housing crisis has done to the value of the nation's most famous residence.