Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Some developers and investors are building multi-million dollar homes on spec, before a buyer is ever lined up. Their move could prove risky.
"Seeing that more people are realizing the value of housing counseling is a sign that the next wave of home buyers will be better prepared to...
Homebuilding continues to lag behind pre-recession levels, even as the economy shows gains and buyer demand is high. Why are builders still so...
The arrival of the Internet changed the way we do business. But, tech watchers warn of another, equally disruptive technological change that has...
Nationwide foreclosure activity is on track to return to standard levels this year, according to a new report.
Fifty-four percent of for-sale listings of existing homes on realtor.com® are within reach for a median-income household in the U.S.
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage continues to average below 4 percent – a positive sign launching into the spring home-buying season, Freddie...
Your buyers may face increased competition in their home purchase. Here's why they need to be prepared.
How far your money stretches in real estate greatly depends on where you live.
Age 61 is the tipping point for most Americans in real estate. Find out why.
How do you stay out of your customers' spam inbox? A new study reveals the e-mails that tend to get the highest click-through rates.
Lenders have high hopes for the next three months: They are expecting a big turnaround in mortgage demand and their profit margins.
"Just because we removed the word 'patient' from the statement doesn't mean we're going to be impatient," says Federal...
A few easy upgrades can get your clients' homes in top shape for the Spring selling season.
Home values in Ferguson, Mo., have plummeted nearly 50 percent since Michael Brown's death, new housing data shows.
Despite a slight dip in interest rates, loan demand continues to fall, the Mortgage Bankers Association reports.
The majority of consumers say banks could offer more relevant and helpful information about the buying process, according to a TD Bank survey.
Analysts blame winter weather for a dismal start to homebuilding activity this year. Is a turnaround coming?
Here's how much the typical buyer is bringing to the closing table.
If home prices rise by 5 percent, an additional 1 million home owners currently in negative equity could come back into the black.