Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Don't let home buyers ruin their home-shopping experience by falling for one of these myths.
Your personality is being blurred with the persona you project on social media. Here are topics to avoid that could damage it.
A new study suggests that some cities offer the best promise for making new friends, which could help your prospecting efforts.
Luxury is entering the lexicon in describing new student housing available today.
The Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS® is finding ways to identify homes for sale that were devastated by recent flooding on the MLS...
Even the best-intentioned owners may be doing certain things around their house that causes harm. Here are a few habits to avoid.
These places offer the best combination of reasonable costs and benefits for home owners, says Bankrate.
A new report shows that real estate is the industry most at risk from web scrapers.
This Labor Day weekend home owners have a lot to celebrate in these locations – jobs are plentiful and their housing market is brightening...
Despite the latest uptick, fixed-rate mortgages still remain near historical lows.
The Galaxy Note 7 is being recalled worldwide over reports of battery fires, making it one of the biggest tech recalls in history.
Many shopping center department stores are getting the boot, but J.C. Penney is still thriving. Find out why.
Real estate veterans weigh in on home improvement projects that may offer some of the biggest impact at resale.
Sales of million-dollar homes are dropping. Is this drop a sign of trouble ahead for the luxury sector?
For home buyers looking to live on the beach, they may have the best chances here if on a tight budget.
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $3.45 million for a delay in mailing letters to nearly 8,000 home owners in bankruptcy.
All regions of the U.S. posted an increase in pending home sales last month, except for the Midwest. Read more from NAR’s latest housing...
Who has the best safe room? For some in the luxury sector, these rooms have sparked a point of competition among home owners for who has the most...
A new survey shows that many home owners aren’t nearly as smart as they should be when it comes to home maintenance issues.
More companies are setting up reverse mentoring programs, realizing the younger generation may have some things to teach the older generation in...