Real estate professionals in the Carolinas put their businesses on hold to help communities get back on their feet after Hurricane Florence.
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NAR’s 2018 Technology Survey reveals real estate professionals’ gadgetry habits, as well as the most popular tools being used right now in the field.
New findings counter what the public has long assumed about mobile homes.
Buyers are “upping the ante” when it comes to putting more money down on a home purchase.
Realtor.com® teamed up with Money to identify what it calls the best towns to reside, based on several economic and housing factors.
These exclusive tips during CRS Week will help you distinguish yourself from the competition.
Capital cities tend to have the strongest economies in their respective states, as well as a rich history and broader cultural offerings, according to a new study.
Users have six months to switch either to the Gmail app or another email client.
About one out of every 109 mortgage applications has been found to contain false or misleading information, according to real estate data firm CoreLogic.
Builders are being forced to raise home prices and are having a more difficult time meeting project deadlines.
Real estate professionals in areas affected by the storm are trying to keep their communities informed of conditions in the aftermath.
This marks the third consecutive week that borrowing costs moved higher.
Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide, gay and lesbian home buyers have been increasing their purchasing power.
With a third of REALTORS® reporting facing a dangerous situation on the job, learn how to change poor behaviors that put you at increased risk.
Find out the most common scams that are costing landlords thousands of dollars.
Homeowners along the East Coast need to be ready for the hurricane. Share NAR’s Disaster Preparation Resource page with your clients now.
Representing a shift from the typical homebuying journey 10 years ago, consumers are learning the benefits of getting their finances in order before searching for homes.
As younger Americans wait longer to get married, some in the industry worry they'll also put off homeownership. But one luxury homebuilder says the postponement is good for their business.
The architects believe their structure—featuring extremely uneven floors, windows of varying heights, and unusually arranged walls in 52 eye-popping colors—has the power to bring longevity.
Homes in neighborhoods that are predominantly populated by minority families have seen substantial gains in home equity over the last four years. But has it been enough to close the gap between them and white neighborhoods?