The latest news on housing market
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.
Home prices have fallen and construction stalled, but the Great Depression was twice as bad.
Consumer rates of delinquency rise, especially in areas where foreclosures are common.
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?
Forecasters say a 40 percent drop in home prices from their peak is possible, though quite unlikely.
Will an extra 30 days really buy Americans enough time to avoid foreclosure?