After suffering the greatest performance declines in the history of the U.S. lodging industry during 2020, the nation's hotels will benefit from what is expected to be a relatively rapid economic turnaround in 2021 and 2022.
1.07 million refinance mortgages secured by residential property (1 to 4 units) were originated in the first quarter of 2020 in the United States. That figure was down 16% from Q4 2019.
Existing-home sales dropped in April 2020, continuing what is now a two-month skid in sales brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
The average sales price of a home (condominium, cooperative, and one-to-three family home) in New York City in Q1 2020 was $1.01 million, which remains flat year-over-year.
According to new data this week from The American Institute of Architects (AIA), demand for design services in April 2020 saw its steepest decline on record.
In a sign of the growing economic toll from the coronavirus pandemic, total housing starts decreased 30.2 percent in April 2020 to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 891,000 units.
U.S. builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes increased seven points to 37 in May 2020. The rise follows the largest single monthly decline in the history of the index in April 2020.
The total number of loans now in forbearance increased from 7.91% of servicers' portfolio volume in the prior week to 8.16% as of May 10, 2020. 4.1 million homeowners are now in forbearance plans.
Mortgage applications for new U.S. home purchases decreased 12 percent compared from a year ago.
45 percent of the zones saw median home prices rise by more than the national increase of 11.3 percent from the first quarter of 2019 to the first quarter of 2020.
Many U.S. restaurants are likely to reopen from widespread shutdowns at 50 percent pre-COVID-19 seating capacity amid efforts to adhere to social distancing practices and give confidence to cautious consumers.
Driven by Coronavirus Remote Working Trends. A new Zillow survey suggests housing preferences could be upended in a post-pandemic America, leading to major questions about the future of dense metro cores.
As risk from the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in mid-March, commercial real estate lending markets began to navigate a period of price discovery.
Surging job losses in March stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to a decline in U.S. median income and housing affordability in the first quarter of 2020.
U.S. loans now in forbearance increased from 7.54% of servicers' portfolio volume in the prior week to 7.91% as of May 3, 2020, almost 4 million homeowners are now in forbearance plans.
New listings and home sales are seeing early signs of recovery in the U.S. housing market, even as some cities struggle to flatten the coronavirus curve.