The future is here and we're taking a look inside new 'smart homes' in the Valley and the technology running them. FOX 10's Stephanie Bennett reports.
The house from the 1984 slasher film “A Nightmare on Elm Street” has been sold for $2.98 million.
Santa Claus’ house on Zillow is estimated at more than $1 million, and the online real estate marketplace is offering a tour of the North Pole property.
If you've been trying to buy a home, the market was tough this year. So what can we expect for 2022? Investment realtor Carla Magee has the details.
The Treasury Department may expand reporting requirements on all-cash real estate deals to help crackdown on bad actors' use of the U.S. market to launder money made through illicit activity.
Shaq's luxurious home has a basketball court, fitness room, dance studio.
Homeowners in Beasley, Texas have learned, after signing on the dotted line, that their yards are smaller than what they're paying taxes for.
In order to combat a growing population crisis, Japanese authorities are listing some abandoned houses — also known as “akiya” — for $500.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, Christina Carilla talks with Bobby Lieb from Homesmart, about the hot housing market in the Valley, Dr. Ross Goldberg about the new Delta variant of the Coronavirus, and Shawn Banzhaf about how to help loved ones dealing with PTSD.
The Phoenix metro area is the hottest housing market in the country, showing a year over year increase of 22.3%. With those high prices, it's a tough housing market for buyers these days. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
Home prices rose 14.6% year over year nationally in April, according to the national Case-Shiller index, making for the highest reading in more than 30 years of recordkeeping.
Grammy award-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar's Riverside County home has been listed at $800,000, TMZ reports.
The 11,000-square-foot home was built in 1931, by the heirs to the Hills Bros. Coffee fortune, and has stunning views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Sales of new homes fell a bigger-than-expected 5.9% in April, a drop that analysts blamed in part on soaring home prices.
“The housing market is hot. Very hot,” National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun told FOX Television Stations. But Yun predicts that things could soon cool down.
Realtor Colin Humber did something Sunday he hasn’t done in nearly a year-and-a-half; he hosted an open house.
While many businesses have slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the home-building industry has seen a boom — but it could be at risk due to a lumber shortage that has triggered skyrocketing prices for the material.
"I don't think there has been a better time to be a female in business," she said. "With the power of social media and the ability we have to create our own jobs, no one showed me how to do this, I just made it up and I'm still making it up.
About 59% of homes that went under contract had an accepted offer within two weeks of hitting the market.
When Tracie and Myles Albert purchased a beautiful four-bedroom house in Riverside, California they never realized that at the end of escrow the seller would suddenly refuse to give up the keys and leave.