The latest news on housing market
Martin Feldstein puts in his two cents.
Higher limits on mortgage loans mostly help those who don't need help.
A federal bailout grows more and more likely as house prices plunge.
Long the saving grace in the real-estate market, plummeting commercial construction may finally break the economy's back.
Some real-estate agents say the standard 6 percent real-estate commission should be nonnegotiable. But I beg to differ.
The treasury secretary doesn't think the housing crisis calls for radical government action.
Consumer rates of delinquency rise, especially in areas where foreclosures are common.
Forecasters say a 40 percent drop in home prices from their peak is possible, though quite unlikely.
Citigroup's chief strategist likes beaten-down consumer and financial shares.
Will Uncle Sam come to the rescue of distressed homeowners—and a hard-hit economy?