Find out how home prices have changed recently, plus which areas have the most new listings, and more with these charts and maps, updated weekly.
Find out which ZIP codes are the hotspots for buyers and sellers, plus how home prices have changed recently, and more with these charts and maps.
Are home prices going up or down? Which areas are the hotspots for buyers and sellers? Find out with these charts and maps, updated weekly.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
A federal freeze on most evictions that was enacted last year is scheduled to expire July 31, after the Biden administration extended the date by a month.
At Madison’s June 1 City Council meeting, 11 council members voted to silence their neighbors.
We all know that you can rent a car, but did you know you can also rent just tires? Here are just a few of the many things out there for rent.…
Oliv Madison's model, which would offer affordable rents by the bed instead of the unit, has some wondering how it will work.
If you’re gearing up for a weekend getaway or need a little more funds to travel the world, Pennygem’s Justin Kircher has some ways to save.
These 50 metros seen the highest rent spikes during the pandemic so far.
Are prices headed up or down? Where are the hotspots for buyers and sellers? Find out with these charts and graphs, updated weekly.
Candida Uraga has been walking a financial tightrope for months.
The pandemic has disrupted many aspects of life, and some of the most significant shifts have occurred in housing. A combination of factors could lead to high activity in some parts of the rental market while creating uncertainty or vulnerability in others.
According to the Dane County Clerk of Court’s office, 136 evictions have been filed since Nov. 15. Between Sept. 15 and Nov. 1, 140 were filed.
Household size in the U.S. is inching up for the first-time in over a century due to lower housing inventory and skyrocketing rents.
Eula Newcomb-Devasia knows what it’s like to face the uphill climb of finding a place to live.
Homeownership is becoming less and less attainable due to rising home prices. But while the cost of homeownership is high, renters often face an even heavier financial burden.
Tammy Phelps had high hopes and big plans for 2020. She had planned to buy her own home and move out of the rental where she and her five children had been living since her divorce five years ago. She and her boyfriend were planning a wedding.
Since the first major outbreak in March 2020, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have continued to unfold. One emerging trend is a drop in rent prices in select major metropolitan areas.