Home prices dipped to less than $700,000 for first time in three months, as demand easily outpaced the supply.
More than 2.46 million homeowners affected by or in high-risk wildfire areas get much-needed protection.
Home prices reached a record for the fourth consecutive month in September, and the most homes sold in more than a decade.
What pandemic or recession? Home prices reach a new record, thanks to the lowest-ever mortgage rates.
Few homes on the market, record-low mortgage rates and a renewed interest in owning a house pushed sales and prices higher in July.
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shutdown of the economy continued to pound the housing market, with the largest annual drop in sales since November 2007.
COVID slammed the door on home sales in April, with the largest month-to-month drop in more than 40 years.
California’s once-strong housing market showed much weakness in March, as the coronavirus prompted a double-digit decline in sales, the first time in more than nine years.