Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Economist says they could defy expectations, as they fall slightly for the second consecutive week.
Is e-commerce destroying the retail sector in your market? Can traditional brick-and-mortar shops and big-box retailers survive in a turbulent...
Find out the most popular times to list a home for sale to size up your competition.
Take a look at a heat map to assess your metro area’s risk level.
What are the keys to happiness? Research reveals how you can be happier in your personal and professional life.
Home affordability is more than the price a buyer agrees to pay a seller.
Loans that have been modified since 2014 are redefaulting at faster rates than those that were modified in prior years, a new study shows.
Many Americans, particularly young people, think they need a lot more money down than they really do.
Are sellers being realistic when it comes to what their home is really worth?
A new app extension for iPhones and other Apple devices makes sharing listings easier for agents and consumers.
As the number of refinance applications dipped to the lowest level since June 2009, overall mortgage applications tumbled last week.
Smart devices are helping to radically transform homes and how we use them. Here's a look at where we're headed.
Check out these six tips for making a room warm and inviting.
Brokers can pass these tips on to agents and sellers for prepping a home for the market before the competition heats up.
Here’s a fun one for Valentine’s Day: Realtor.com® uses online dating tips and applies them to the homeselling process.
More luxury homeowners are opting for a lower bedroom count in favor of extra space for hobby rooms or additional amenities. But some real estate...
Single people can increase their Valentine’s Day prospects by living in one of these places. See how your state stacks up.
Find out what's causing more single-family homes to transition into rentals.
As the economy improves, economists expect moves to increase as Americans pursue job opportunities. But that hasn’t occurred, particularly...
A federal jury in Seattle has ordered Zillow to pay $8.3 million in a copyright infringement lawsuit surrounding the company’s Zillow Digs...