The K@W Network:
Assistant Professor of Real Estate
The latest tax changes may steer people towards renting rather than owning a home, but for those who still want to buy, experts have some advice.
While the uptick in homeownership is nowhere near pre-recession levels, it marks a significant shift from a decade ago. But what has changed?
Two Penn experts discuss what the Republican tax plan would would mean for individual homeowners and for the housing market.
The number of appraisers is shrinking as software gets more accurate at valuing property and is increasingly integrated into the sale process.
Like so many other things in real estate, perspectives on whether the housing market has recovered following the Financial Crisis will depend on three things: location, location, location.