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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.
A slim majority of home buyers ages 25 to 34 say they’d rather find their next house online than work with a real estate broker, according...
A Phoenix area real estate agent is coming forward after she says she was sexually assaulted during an open house Sunday. She says other agents...
Just in time for the spring homebuying season, the GSE's move is expected to open the door for more first-time buyers.
Accelerating housing costs are squeezing out renters.
Green isn't just popular for St. Patrick’s Day: more home buyers say green features are influencing their purchasing decisions.
Lot and labor shortages, as well as tight underwriting standards for credit, continue to shake homebuilder confidence.
Private-equity firm Blackstone confirms it has struck a deal to purchase the 110-story Willis Tower in downtown Chicago.
As some urban and suburban locations bend to demand and allow residents to keep chickens, your clients interested in this niche have more...
Open houses in some markets are drawing such large crowds that police are being forced to shut them down, CNBC reports.
If the number of 18- to 34-year-olds who live with their parents return to pre-recession levels, that could mean an extra 400,000 young adults...
The home improvement industry could see record-breaking spending in 2015.
The Republican National Convention is more than a year away but Cleveland home owners are already looking to cash in.
The most expensive utility bill for home owners: The electric bill. But those costs can vary widely by state.