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At least for now, home buyers may face less competition in the Northeast, which has been dealing with multiple snowstorms and plunging...
While foreclosures have fallen by 26 percent nationwide in the past year, Florida continues to be a hotbed for foreclosure activity.
The frigid temperatures can take a toll on your smartphone — even causing it to temporarily freeze and shut off.
The excitement around drones is increasing, and for good reason: The technology is steadily getting to the point where many commercial...
Of 95 major metros worldwide that were recently labeled the “most affordable,” 84 of them are in the United States.
The vast majority of cities in the United States is expected to see economic growth in 2014. Find out which cities will lead the pack for jobs.
“As we open the new year, the first-quarter inventory figures are especially crucial as our first barometer [of] seller confidence for the...
After a slowdown in the summer months, builders are starting to feel more confident and are raising their home prices again, a new survey shows....
Find out where homes are selling the fastest -- in some cases, less than half of the median days on market.
A new survey shows one U.S. city coming in at No. 3 for the least affordable place in the world to buy property.
After reaching a 13-year low at the end of last year, mortgage applications were back on the rise this week, the MBA reports.
By spending more time on activities you know are profitable, you'll start 2014 with a solid business plan.
A new study reminds real estate professionals of the benefits of customer relationship management to convert leads to prospects.
The site's new “First Person” section offers professionals a place to read about how colleagues face the challenges of the real...
New-home construction posted its largest percentage decrease since April, a big fall after last month’s surge.
One of the hardest-hit states in the housing crisis is expecting better days ahead with a big increase in seller optimism.
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In order to have a fully recovered housing market, economists say, four positive indicators must be in place. Are we there yet?