IUPUI researchers looked at more than 7,000 houses in five Indiana cities to create a computer model that predicts how long a home will be on the market.
How the events in Orlando are affecting Hoosiers, a discussion on gun control and why home buyers in Indiana are becoming frustrated.
The number of homes on the market dropped nearly 15 percent from April 2015 to April 2016, causing prices to soar and buyers to become frustrated.
The suit alleges the companies preyed on homeowners who didn't know they could get the same paperwork for much less from a county recorder.
Real estate experts say low interest rates are fueling the market.
Home interest rates are being advertised as historic lows, but to get those rates, realtors say buyers need above average credit.