Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
"Marble," "big windows," and "wine cellars" are becoming popular words in listing ads for high-end homes.
One in four home sellers reports they’ve had to lower their list price, according to a new report.
Instead of just snatching up foreclosures to turn into rentals, some investors are eyeing finished single-family homes or vacant lots.
More Americans are showing a stronger desire for walkable cities. Find the top-ranked walkable towns.
Buyers who use the Internet to search for homes are more likely to turn to a real estate agent for help, a new survey finds.
Higher-priced homes are outselling homes in lower-priced tiers.
For the last few years, buyers have been hard-pressed to land a mortgage if they didn’t have a 20 percent down payment. But some banks may...
Some economists are blaming persistently low rates on first-time buyers being squeezed out of home ownership.
As interest rates show a mixed picture for buyers, mortgage applications slipped last week.
With competition increasing, agents who use strong visuals in their marketing could find themselves with an advantage.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency will bar mortgage companies from accepting payments to arrange force-place homeowners' insurance,...
Home owners dismiss neighbors who are renters more than any other group living in their neighborhood, a new survey finds.
It's yet another sign of a wave of consolidation in the home-building industry.
The middle class is a shrinking group in America, and these metro have the widest gaps between the wealthy and the poor.
Companies are working on flexible-screen mobile devices that are so bendable they can fold multiple times to fit in your pocket or purse.
Men and women are quite different when it comes to what they value most about home ownership and the process of buying and selling, a new survey...
NAR says their latest research shows that tight lending standards are keeping many qualified buyers from reaching their dreams.
Incomes are not keeping pace with rising home prices and mortgage rates, economists say.
The least desirable neighborhood? One with just homes in it, according to a new survey.
The home ownership rate among college graduates is less than non-grads for the first time on record.