Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
If you want to live small, head to the Northeast. If you want to live large, go Southwest. Realtor.com® releases lists of where to find the...
About two-thirds of owner-occupied homes in the U.S. were constructed prior to 1980.
Realtor.com® recently pinpointed the ZIP codes where housing markets are booming the most and properties are selling the fastest.
The majority of likely buyers want to enter their home search totally prepared, according to a new survey.
Home owners may be increasingly overvaluing their homes.
Lawrence Yun, the chief economist for the National Association of REALTORS®, is now a regular contributor to Forbes.com, sharing his insights...
A new study pits the two rival grocery store chains against each other to find out which chain has the highest home appreciation around it....
NAR is taking the real estate industry's battle against the unauthorized use of real estate listing data to a new front: the U.S. Copyright...
Wells Fargo and Bank of America have announced that they are discontinuing their closed-ended home equity loan products.
Total mortgage applications for home refinancings and purchases rose just 0.1 percent from a week ago, but overall, they remain nearly 18 percent...
If REALTOR® safety is going to be an industrywide focus, then it has to be made a priority at the top, says NAR leadership.
Police say a man cornered a 69-year-old real estate professional in the bathroom of a home she was showing in Manatee, Fla.
The nationwide inventory crunch, along with steady rent increases, a rise in mortgage rates, and stronger local job markets, is fueling higher...
More home owners are adopting smart products, and more buyers say they want them. So have smart homes become the new normal in real estate?
Let's face it, the moving process can be really stressful. To make moving easier for your clients, share these tips from moving experts.
The most effective leaders will learn how to be supporters and not rulers, says soccer phenom.
Housing's supply problem is to blame, housing analysts say.
The foreclosure rate continues to recede, with foreclosure inventories nationwide falling nearly 30 percent, according to a new report.
The remodeling of existing homes has bounced back from the housing bust and has now surpassed its pre-crisis level, shows a new index.
Google's smart home business, Nest, is among the companies that will now fall under its new "Alphabet" name.