What the interest rate hike means for homebuyers

A difficult year for many homebuyers became even tougher when the Federal Reserve increased interest rates by 0.75% on Wednesday. ABC News reached out to Mark Stapp, the Fred E.

Confused about the metaverse property boom? We've got you covered

An ASU real estate expert says there's no sense in hurrying to purchase and decorate a virtual home.

GSU, ASU officials discuss real estate program partnership

Grambling State University and Arizona State University recently teamed up for an information session on real estate classes taken through ASU that are credited to GSU student transcripts.

Exchange: Large rent increases squeeze metro Phoenix tenants

According to the Federal Reserve, Metro Phoenix median household income climbed 22% during 2016 and 2021, but the area's rents climbed almost 80% between that time, per real estate brokerage Colliers.

Rents could hike another 20% as Valley deals with housing crunch

With incomes not increasing at the same rate as rent, tenants are in a difficult situation. An ASU real estate expert says they have to make tradeoffs.

Making the jump to homeownership from renting can be a daunting decision, not always the best one

An ASU real estate expert warns against having "unrealistic expectations." He says buyers need to understand the limits of their budget.

Arizona experts weigh in on rent control alternatives

There are other ways to help out struggling renters besides rent control that doesn't put the burden on landlords, says ASU real estate expert.

Can 3D printing become a solution for the housing shortage?

There's a quote, "A house is made of walls and beams, a home is built with love and dreams." What if that house is built with a 3D printer? It doesn't change the quote, but only a handful of people in the U.S. live in these types of houses.

Collaborative effort needed for Valley housing shortage

The answer to the Valley’s housing shortage is complicated, according to an ASU real estate expert.

A Tempe family will soon move into a 3D printed house

Homeownership is becoming out of reach for more and more Arizonans. So Habitat for Humanity is betting on new technology to reduce construction costs. A family in Tempe will soon move into one of the first houses the organization has built using 3D printing.