Two Washington, D.C., developers set out to democratize how commercial buildings are developed, and in the process they've invented an entirely new model of finance.
Parsing the latest numbers from the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices.
After a Great Recession slump, the number of new households is ticking up.
By endorsing smaller and smaller living spaces, are we creating a world in which only the very wealthy can live in anything more than sardine-can habitats?
You don't need a wealthy developer when you've got thousands of small investors.
How shifting demand could pull real estate developers (in cities and the suburbs) in a new direction over the next generation.
One landlord racked up more than 700 violations.
This incredible penthouse might be out of your price range, but looking is free.
Downwardly mobile Millennials—especially the ones who are natives of increasingly expensive cities—are rewriting the rules of gentrification.
With thousands of vacant lots on hand, Philadelphia is trying to make it easier for people to buy them.
China tightens its real estate lending practices in the Uighur Autonomous Region.
In Havana, the purchase and sale of private property became legal just six months ago. Here's how it's changing the look of the city.
In most of America's top metros, buying may well be the better financial decision. But is the next bubble inevitable?
One Washington builder asked neighbors what kind of store should fill an empty building. Is this the future of urban development?
Miami's real estate prices have plummeted from their peak, but remain nearly 38 percent above their 2000 levels.
Two Rust Belt cities grapple with architectural obsolescence.
A landowner hopes to prevent an English soccer team-led land seizure by dividing his property into one-square-meter plots.
Home sizes have been increasing in the U.S. for decades, but that trend looks to be changing.
Feeling connected to a neighborhood is a good thing. But what if where you live doesn't have a real name?