Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Consumers continue to complain about problems with the mortgage industry, with a big bulk of criticism coming from five states.
The foreclosure crisis may be on the mend but many communities are still facing a blight crisis.
In 20 years, the American home has undergone several changes. View an infographic to see its evolution.
Agents believe that involvement in digital communities helps generate new business and build their brand.
A new report shows that concentrating solely on past customers might not be the best way to generate referrals. Learn how to expand your pool of...
With levels set to return to their peak by the end of this year or mid-2016, home owners will have more options.
A new survey reveals that some first-timers are willing to forego modern conveniences—even giving up phones, Internet, and Starbucks...
Is your listing keeping up with the competition? Find out where pools are practically a must-have amenity.
Though mortgage rates remained low, applications to purchase a home plunged this week.
Property flipping continues to inch out a hold-to-rent strategy among investors who bid on properties at auctions, a new survey shows.
President Obama says the Fair Housing Act and the latest final rule issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will help...
Prices may be on the rise, but about 63 percent of homes sold at a discount compared to the list price in May.
Find out how luxury brokers are creating elaborate marketing concepts to sell multi-million dollar listings.
About 7.3 percent of the average owner’s total income goes toward energy costs. Learn where home owners face the steepest and lowest energy...
The number of foreclosures nationwide dropped to 41,000 in May, now a nearly 65 percent drop from the peak in 2010.
All regions of the U.S. saw a drop in housing affordability last month. Find out what's behind the drops.
In these markets, home prices have risen consistently over the past 25 years, with few downturns.
Making monthly house payments on a three-bedroom property is more affordable than paying fair market rent on a three-bedroom property in 188 of...
The foreclosure picture has drastically improved over the past year, but a handful of states and metros continue to see an elevated share of...
Delinquency rates on home-equity loans have dropped to the lowest levels since 2008.