Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Better visuals for consumers join business management tools for brokers and agents.
What areas of outreach will be the ones to watch in the new year to add to your marketing plan? Forbes.com weighs in.
Make sure the photos you capture of a home are giving off a good impression online.
Find out where porches and decks are gaining the most popularity in new-home builds.
Here’s a germophobe’s guide to selling a home during flu season.
A visionary residence from the 1933 World's Fair has been rediscovered and declared a "National Treasure," giving it a chance to...
“The majority of older adults, regardless of income, race and ethnicity, and education, own homes that they could use to help finance their...
A masculine touch is being added into the kitchen as men spend equal time in the kitchen as women.
Realtor.com®’s research team set out to determine which markets fans may be willing to pay the most for.
The social media giant was accused of allowing marketers to discriminate on housing and other ads by limiting certain ethnicities from seeing it....
Researchers take a closer look at why neighborhood blight is often linked with more crime and whether it should be.
Foreclosure inventories nationwide are plunging, but not everywhere.
It’s Veteran’s Day! How are you serving those who serve? Here's why you should want to.
Make sure you get your property descriptions when it comes to style accurate. It could prove a costly mistake to describe a home as modern when it...
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.57 percent this week.
Make sure you're aware of how digital marketing is expected to evolve in 2017.
Home price appreciation offset low mortgage rates, bringing housing affordability slightly lower in the third quarter. Find out where homes are...
Twenty-five percent of people will abandon a website that takes longer than 4 seconds to load. Check your website's loading speed.
Business isn’t slowing down for many real estate professionals as home sales pick up in the final months of 2016.
E-mail marketing can work 40 times better at getting customers than Facebook and Twitter, a Forbes.com article asserts. Here are some ways to...