Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Where are you most likely to find gazebos, hot tubs, and outdoor kitchens, and how much of a premium will you pay for these outdoor perks?
Sellers are taking advantage of the strong spring real estate market by raising their asking prices.
These are the best cities for tech professionals to live, based on wages and home prices.
These five problems could hinder your clients' dreams of buying a home.
After you read this article you may want to look away from your computer screen for a few seconds. Here's why.
Realtor.com® releases its monthly hot-market list. See which housing markets are the most in demand in the nation.
As banks veer away from FHA loans, they are coming up with their own offerings of low down payment mortgages.
This week, the fixed-rate mortgage climbed from 2016 lows, fueling speculations that a larger summer rate-hike could be in the midst.
An easier way to stage a property? Lightweight, flat-pack faux furniture are starting to look more like the real thing.
By neighborhood level, find out the subdivisions that posted the greatest closings nationwide.
A new study shows that more Americans are struggling to afford a modest rental in the U.S.
A new study uncovers that home ownership is less profitable for single women compared to single men.
A new study suggests why you may want to beef up your testimonials on Facebook.
Find out what the home renovation picture looks like in your state.
Moving costs can really add up. Here are some tips on how your clients on a budget can move without breaking the bank.
The state is ramping up efforts in its battle against knocking out foreclosures once and for all.
Activity gains in the South and West helped propel contract signings last month to some of the highest levels since 2006. Read more from NAR...
For the first time in more than 130 years, more young adults are living with their parents than are choosing to live with their significant others...
Learn more about this year’s honorees and how the program helps fledgling charitable projects expand.
A smartphone by a Chinese startup will be able to bend all the way around your wrist, but there's a catch.