Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Increased confidence may give future inventory a shot in the arm, according to a new survey from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.
Total mortgage applications dropped 2.1 percent last week as interest rates ticked up.
Stubbornly low inventory coupled with continued price increases led to a 3.2 percent decline nationwide. How did your region fare?
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac said Wednesday the standardized form borrowers use to apply for a mortgage would be updated to make it easier on...
Design for solar orientation may make home owners get better use of their spaces as well as make them more comfortable in a home, writes one...
Most older adults say they intend to stay put in their homes as they age. But if that’s the case, they’ll need to more carefully...
If clients contact you on social media, they expect a quick response, or you risk making them angry.
If you live in one of these places, you are considered highly likable to others.
Small-home living is winning over more fans. Will you be ready to sell one?
At the 2016 NAR Leadership Summit, Chief Economist Lawrence Yun offered up a few key predictions for the next year or two, as well as one long-...
These are the cities to watch when it comes to real estate.
A New York Times investigation calls into question some risky rent-to-own contracts that lack consumer protections.
Find out the seven metros that have posted the strongest increases in incomes since the end of the Great Recession.
A study reveals words in your listing ad that tend to net a higher sales price.
Is your listing getting overlooked? If so, try hosting a big party to garner more attention.
The remodeling and repairs side of real estate is seeing explosive growth that is expected to continue for the next three years.
REALTORS® and non-English-speaking buyers can now access U.S. real estate information on realtor.org in 11 different languages.
Alex Naddour may be a REALTOR® by day, but by night he’s a world-class gymnast who also just won a bronze medal at the Olympic Games in...
The home ownership rate may now be at a 50-year low, but that doesn’t mean dreams of home ownership are dying, says Lawrence Yun.
Fixed-rate mortgages continue to hover near all-time lows.