Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Find out the happiest places to live in the U.S., and what makes them so special.
Developers are still building big houses, but the once popular symbol of prosperity—known as the McMansion—is losing its favor with...
Learn more about the biggest selling points for your listings’ outdoor spaces.
You're in good position to prep your buyers in case these typical irritations pop up during or even after the deal. Earn their loyalty by...
Fannie Mae’s latest survey portrays a rosy backdrop for the housing market as it heads into the spring buying season.
Millennials and baby boomers tend to steal the spotlight in real estate. But Generation X says it’s time to listen to them—because...
Borrowers trying to rush ahead of rising rates helped to bump up mortgage applications by 3.3 percent in the latest week.
Realtor.com® released its 2017 edition of the best small cities in America. Find out what makes them so special.
Meet 50 young entrepreneurs taking the real estate industry by storm with initiative and enthusiasm. Also, find out how you can guarantee one of...
House Republican leaders yesterday introduced legislation amending parts of the Affordable Care Act, a program of importance to real estate...
LinkedIn is an oasis for making business connections. Are you making the most of it? Here are some quick tips.
Some high-end homeowners are taking home security to a new level, adding everything from high-resolution security cameras to safe rooms.
“As more millennials enter the market, we expect to see the popularity of FHA loans continue to increase,” says an Ellie Mae spokesman...
The most commonly used smoke detector in the U.S. is actually one of the slowest to detect common household fires.
Consumers heed advice from their social networks. Here's why you'll want to get them talking about real estate.
Care.com releases a study that shows the states that do the best job of keeping pets happy and healthy.
The state association is warning members to ignore a payment demand from a bogus organization.
Here are realtor.com®’s picks for the real estate markets seeing the most action lately.
Your 10-year outlook: Expect business to get busier, but be ready for some major demographic shifts in housing.
In renters vs. landlords, the tables may finally turn this year.