America needs homes, but builders aren't rushing. "People want an oversupplied market, and we just don't do that in America," an expert told Insider.
Home prices rose at a record year-over-year pace in July - again. Yet monthly home inflation suggests relief is coming for home buyers.
About 56% of Berliners want the German capital to buy apartments from big landlords - a radical new idea for solving the global housing shortage.
The number of new homes waiting to be built hit a record last month, as shortages further complicate the housing crisis.
Americans are stepping back from homebuying. Builders also seem to be fed up. These five charts from UBS break it down.
Huge demand and years of underbuilding dragged supply to record lows. Millennials risk being priced out of the housing market if it doesn't rebound.