Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
What’s behind the amount home buyers pay when they build a new home? Here’s an overview of what goes into that final cost.
Livability.com releases its annual list that ranks America’s top cities for retirement.
Still, volume remains 10 percent higher than a year ago, mostly due to stronger demand for home purchases.
The wrong color can be a big turn-off to potential home buyers. Give your sellers these tips for hitting the right hue.
The courses you took to get your license probably didn't cover these common pitfalls in the field. We'll teach you how to be better...
The majority of REALTORS® remain "strongly" confident that the single-family home market will perform better over the next six...
A flood of long-delayed foreclosures are expected to hit the market soon.
The question of security has arisen around smart-home devices, so help your clients determine if theirs are safe from hackers.
Realtor.com® releases its monthly Hotness Index. See what cities made the list.
Are all the good lots already taken? Homebuilders are complaining that the shortage of developed lots is a growing problem.
Find out some of the long-standing challenges of financing condominium projects and what NAR is doing to make this process...
You may want to talk these features up when marketing the homes you’re selling.
As you tour a property with a buyer, should cracks in the concrete be cause for alarm?
For more than a decade, the construction of churches in the country has been dismal. But that may finally be showing signs of changing.
Some home owners may be hesitant to list their home in the winter. But studies show the winter months tend to net sellers more than their asking...
For both first-time home buyers and investors, a major opportunity is abounding in the lower price tiers in real estate.
The job market for young adults has been improving gradually since 2010, yet the number of young professionals living with their parents continues...
View this city list to see where your city is ranked. You might find a new niche!
The owners of a home that is depicted as “haunted” in the 2013 film “The Conjuring” is suing the filmmakers for negligence...
If a home’s sinister reputation is turning off traditional buyers, try appealing to a different crowd by advertising it for what it is.