Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Californians continue to move to Arizona to seek a lower cost of living and taxes.
Homie, a tech company the eliminates the middle man when buying or selling a home. Everything is done online with the help of agents.
A New York developer paid $650 million for the property, which also includes two nearby buildings on Sansome Street.
A real estate agent with a funny bone is celebrating the spooky season by decorating her company’s homes for sale with skeleton décor to attract attention to the listings.
As COVID-19 relief funding dries up in some places, Mesa's mayor says they have the money -- and lots of it -- available to those who need help the most.
The $300 of extra money people were receiving for unemployment could be running out soon and thousands of Arizonans are struggling. FOX 10's Matt Galka is in Casa Grande where the situation is getting dire for one woman.
The Commerce Department reported Friday that the June gain pushed sales of new homes to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 776,000. The increase follows a 19.4% jump in May.
High demand for high-end properties is on the rise in Phoenix, a housing expert says, but the state should prepare for an increase in foreclosures in areas where high-risk purchases are being made.
While COVID-19 has slowed down a lot of businesses, that may not be the case for the real estate industry in Arizona. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.
A $4.5 million dollar home up for sale in Potomac, Maryland has been getting a lot of attention on social media partially because it has a "tiny town" in the basement.
The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that last month's decline pushed sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.33 million units, the slowest pace since September 2011.
It would be understandable to be hesitant listing your home during this pandemic.
Realtors are now using live streams and virtual tours online to show homes to prospective buyers to avoid spreading the COVID-19 virus in person.
Trying to save the roof over your head. That's on the minds of millions right now. The COVID-19 crisis has forced people out of work and forced them to make tough choices. FOX 10's Linda Williams has the details.
As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, many people are worried about the future of the real estate market.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, realtors, buyers and sellers have all had to change the way they do business.
On a normal Sunday, it's prime time for realtors to show houses, but because of COVID-19 those business routines are changing.
Dozens gathered outside the capitol Thursday morning to protest two separate bi-partisan bills that would change the way short-term rentals operate in our state.
It's a seller's market, according to Zillow, as the real estate website recently ranked the Phoenix housing market as "very hot" for sellers.
The city of Auburn, New York, is selling a massive Victorian home for $50,000 - but only if interested buyers can provide a full restoration plan for the residence.