Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Overall mortgage volume is about 20 percent higher than a year ago, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.
A real estate professional in Australia says that when she includes her small dog in listing photos, the page views skyrocket. The photos are also...
Home buyers of all ages are demanding more home features that help them save energy and keep the home organized.
Here’s a chart to help your home buyers determine how much salary is needed to cover the base cost of owning a home.
Livability.com ranks the top 10 best downtowns of 2016 that offer not only a thriving place to visit but also lots of housing options too. ...
Satin Black is becoming the latest trend for kitchen appliances and bath finishes, as company manufacturers ramp up the marketing to position the...
While most real estate agents are already using video to showcase their listings, there are a few other ways that video can be...
Find out where the next “hipster meccas” are.
The latest boost to employment may translate to the strongest spring homebuying season in a decade.
Homebuilders across the country say stalled building permits from their local governments are creating delays in their projects.
In preparation for the spring buying season, give your clients these tips about red flags they may spot as they choose a moving company.
Investors are taking steps to “de-risk” their portfolios as they take a more cautious tone this year.
While one is the clear champ, geographic patterns clearly emerge on preferences for decks and patios.
Check out this emoji-laced listing description for the most famous address in the country. Can you decipher what it says?
For the first time in two months, mortgage rates edged higher this week.
Kitchen redos can be pricey. That means home owners on a budget must be choosy when trying to decide what kitchen projects to tackle first.
Home remodeling is soaring in recent months as owners rush to spruce up their homes, particularly in these cities.
Mortgage giants like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have urged greater home buyer education to help avoid home owners who default. But how effective...
How has the design of new homes changed over the last fifty years? Robert Dietz, chief economist at the National Association of Home Builders...
A new tool from AARP's Public Policy Institute wants to help communities evolve to meet people's needs as they age.