A new report highlights findings about this ever-growing segment of home shoppers making their mark in real estate.
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Income data, demographics, and common trends among REALTORS® from NAR’s 2019 Member Profile.
Front yards and porches—offering a spot to mingle with neighbors and relax—are among one of the hottest outdoor trends of the season, designers say.
May marks National Home Remodeling Month, but owners looking to improve their homes may face delays due to a lingering labor shortage.
The longer homeowners own, the more likely they are to be grateful that they no longer have to rent, a new survey shows.
California markets are falling from realtor.com®’s monthly rankings as home buyers increasingly eye the Midwest and Northeast.
JoAnne Poole, vice chair of the REALTORS® Multicultural Real Estate Leadership Advisory Group, urges Congress to focus on policies that tear down the “persistent barriers that minorities continue to face” in homeownership.
Short-term housing rental companies are allowing property owners to turn their homes into investment properties. But they have specific requests.
The Austin Board of REALTORS® claims its MLS vendor, CoreLogic, violated its service contract by selling data on sold homes to a local appraisal group.
The majority of the current housing stock is not designed to support households with with several generations under one roof.
Homeowners who refinance their mortgage more than once can rack up lender fees and owe a higher bill in the end.
If your listing has low ceilings, here are some ideas for opening up the space so it is inviting to potential buyers.
Learn which households qualify as middle class and where they’re most likely to find the best deals on a home.
Banks are showing more tolerance for riskier mortgage applicants, lower credit scores, higher debt-to-income ratios, and smaller down payments.
The most sought-after items relate to home security.
With rising reconstruction costs, a lack of sufficient coverage could lead to housing crises in disaster-prone areas.
Paul Yorkis of Massachusetts will officially begin his role on the Housing Counseling Federal Advisory Committee later this month.
Longer homeownership tenure leads to higher gains at resale.
Corporate relocation volumes and budgets are increasing, helping employees to more easily make a move for a job.
Fixed-rate mortgages became a little cheaper this week, fueling positive predictions for housing this summer.