Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
In choosing your next car for business, you may want to keep insurance costs in mind.
Production of single-family homes is expected to rise considerably in 2017 and 2018.
Find out what kind of suspicious emails you should watch for to prevent unknowingly giving your information to scammers.
Do you know the pain points causing your buyers the most anxiety when it comes to purchasing a home?
Find out what the nation’s safest cities tend to have in common.
Buyers in the 55-and-older range will increase their market influence in the next decade. Do you know what they really want?
In most of the country, it makes more sense financially to purchase a home than get stuck paying skyrocketing rental costs.
For buyers purchasing in a community run by a homeowners association, make sure they know about and review the restrictive covenants first....
Take a closer look at home buyer and seller sentiment in Fannie Mae’s latest survey.
Unveiled during the Golden Globes, the brand’s new TV advertisements illustrate the importance of the consumer-agent relationship.
Presentations in-person differ quite a bit from delivering a presentation online. You may need to master both for your real estate business....
Mortgage insurance premiums on FHA-backed loans will be lower by 25 basis points starting January 27, the federal government announced today.
With a new president at the helm, the franchise plans to continue its massive growth across the country in 2017.
These job markets are forecasted to grow significantly in the coming year. Watch the real estate markets to follow soon after.
Vow to make 2017 your best year yet in the business. But first, lose these habits that may stand in your way to success.
As the nation’s population ages, their homes are aging too. That could pose a major challenge to homeowners who are hoping to grow old in...
Help your customers get a better estimate of costs to make the most informed decision on which route to choose.
Entry-level condos likely will be the catalyst to get more renters to jump into homeownership. But a shortage is delaying their leap.
Some cities are trying to deflate commute times by adding bike and walk lanes to encourage more people to get out of the car and find different...
Large investment firms are increasing their eviction rates of tenants who are late on payments. Some housing experts say it could “...