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Short-term rental properties are popping up in more neighborhoods across the country as homeowners look to cash in on an extra income stream.
The volume of loans with alternate documentation has more than doubled in the last two years.
Companies are rushing into the real estate technology field to try to shake up the way the industry does business.
Cities and homeowners associations can punish homeowners for failing to perform these four crucial tasks.
Learn the hottest kitchen, paint, and living room trends people are looking for on the internet. You may be surprised by the results.
One possible avenue toward selling your listing is to make it a “show house,” which involves redecorating and putting the home on public display.
The brokerage says it’s shuttering its stateside offices due to lower-than-expected revenues and refocusing on business in the United Kingdom.
Mortgage rates barely budged this week, keeping borrowing costs low for summertime home shoppers.
In response, realtor.com® has announced a new tool to filter home-search results according to rush-hour and off-peak commute times.
Homeowners who fail to perform these upkeep tasks in a timely manner may face hefty repair bills in the future.
Real estate professionals haven’t been shy about using gimmicks to get their properties noticed online. Here’s the latest one.
A supportive cohousing community focusing on seniors who identify as LGBT—the first of its kind—is set to open in Durham, N.C., in April 2020.
Just how secure is that “smart” security camera or door lock? That is being called into question.
A quick pass with a vacuum cleaner is sometimes fine, but go deep with these techniques for the best cleaning.
Many U.S. suburbs are seeing their populations grow as millennials move out of the city and head to the ’burbs.
Oregon is the latest to loosen single-family zoning laws to pave the way for more homebuilding. Critics argue these laws are destroying neighborhoods.
Entomologists are warning the public of giant colonies of nests that may be found around homes in places with milder winters.
The build-to-rent market is exploding in growth.
The growing threat of wire fraud in housing transactions is prompting the Utah Division of Real Estate to warn the public.