Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
A nationwide buy versus rent index is moving deeper into the “buy” territory, indicating that housing markets across the country are...
The size of the typical American household may be shrinking, but new Census data shows the average size of new homes continues to grow.
The Obama administration announced the final nine Promise Zone communities. These areas will receive aid from the government to help ignite...
Here’s why you should consider marketing your listings to neighbors: The infamous Playboy Mansion was just sold to its next door neighbor....
You may want to consider a dog-friendly real estate niche if you live in one these cities.
Is that house a good candidate for solar panels? Google is offering a new online tool where you can just plug in an address to find out.
This summer may outperform the spring season as the busiest time for real estate sales.
Waiting for your big break into luxury home sales? A luxury broker dishes on the ins and outs of selling posh real estate.
The disappointing jobs report released last Friday was certainly no reason to celebrate. However, here’s why the housing market may be OK,...
A real estate professional was shot and killed by a tenant when he tried to collect back rent.
NAR offers up a list of the best places for young adults looking to buy a home.
Jazzing up a yard’s space with an inviting outdoor room takes some well-thought-out planning. Here are some tips.
Mortgage rates were on the rise this week, but continue to hover near three-year lows.
Find out what the increase of younger agents means for the real estate industry.
Home flipping has been gaining steam for the last year. Find out which markets are seeing the most activity from flippers.
Put your website to the test. Enter your website’s URL into Google’s new tool and you’ll instantly get a report that measures...
Single women now make up the second largest home buying group.
The risk over potential hurricane storm surge devastation is growing. Find out which areas of the U.S. could see the most damage.
Beware: You might be on hidden camera when you and your buyers walk into a home showing.
Find out what's causing the most hassles at settlement.