Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Find out what the increase of younger agents means for the real estate industry.
Home flipping has been gaining steam for the last year. Find out which markets are seeing the most activity from flippers.
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Single women now make up the second largest home buying group.
The risk over potential hurricane storm surge devastation is growing. Find out which areas of the U.S. could see the most damage.
Beware: You might be on hidden camera when you and your buyers walk into a home showing.
Find out what's causing the most hassles at settlement.
Hispanic home ownership is growing at a rapid rate but household wealth still lags behind other races, a new report shows.
For the second year in a row, actress Elizabeth Banks will star in a new realtor.com® ad campaign aimed at bringing humor to the home-search...
While prices surged 6.3 percent nationally in April, these major metros were experiencing growth at a more subdued rate.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that property owners don't have to wait until they have a permit denied before they can sue the federal...
Home inspectors say some of these issues can even show up in brand-new construction.
Millions of older adults will struggle to find housing that is affordable and physically suits their needs, according to a new report.
Speculation that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates in June may be causing mortgage applications to fall.
Real estate investors might want to focus on these property types, which will likely offer them the most promise in profits.
A new survey reveals home buyers’ top concerns, and a growing worry over competition is heating up.
Where are you most likely to find gazebos, hot tubs, and outdoor kitchens, and how much of a premium will you pay for these outdoor perks?
Sellers are taking advantage of the strong spring real estate market by raising their asking prices.
These are the best cities for tech professionals to live, based on wages and home prices.
These five problems could hinder your clients' dreams of buying a home.