Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Here are five things to consider on why some homes sell and others sit.
Sales of new homes took an unexpected turn in March, but most of the decline was rooted in the West, while other regions mostly saw sales climb....
These trends are currently impacting housing markets across the country.
Some high-cost areas of the country that traditionally see the largest population gains are seeing a smaller number of new residents lately. Are...
These cities allow residents to easily “live large and lazy.”
Here’s what to expect with mortgage rates, home prices, and loan demand in the coming months.
Mortgage rates are low and unemployment is at its lowest point in eight years. But some home buyers are still struggling.
Almost a third of Americans have a criminal record. Find out more about new guidelines that can help providers develop housing policies that...
Do you trust the people living next door? A new survey shows that a growing number of people don't trust theirs.
This town wants to earn the title as the world’s first town that is completely powered by the sun.
Garage doors are moving to the interiors of the home. “It’s about bringing the outdoors inside,” says one garage door...
Americans ranked real estate as the best long-term investment, even over stocks and gold, according to a recent Gallup Poll.
Earth Day offers you a great opportunity to connect with more clients and show your love for your community. Here are two ideas.
The average time to close for all mortgage loans is the shortest it's been in a year.
Low mortgage rates are defying analysts' expectations, sticking around much longer than they thought.
Realtor.com® recently highlighted some of the worst home buyers you may ever encounter. Would their behavior be enough to make you bolt?
NAR General Counsel Katherine Johnson explains a how scammers are using a common scheme to steal money from your clients and offers tips for your...
With Earth Day just around the corner, here is a look at the most eco-friendly places in the nation.
Home sellers haven’t seen gains like this since 2007. Find out which metros are seeing the largest average price increases.
Millennial renters may need to save for decades in some locations.