Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
Income inequality is high and growing. Find out where the gap between rich and poor is the largest.
A Washington, D.C., developer has closed the doors on its leasing office and is taking its sales pitch to neighborhoods in its foodless food truck...
In the latest move in the lawsuit against Zillow by Move Inc. and NAR, a Seattle judge has ordered a neutral, independent forensic analysis...
Interest rates may remain lower than originally expected awhile longer.
Spruce up your listing with these easy seasonal touches.
Home owners’ net worth is significantly higher than renters.
Home owners’ fear of selling their homes for less than what they paid is abating, according to a new survey from NAR.
A digital marketing expert offers tips on how to avoid some of the biggest e-mail mistakes made by online marketers.
What really draws people to home ownership? NAR’s new survey identifies the main drivers to owning.
Pay attention to your site's attention metrics. Marketing Land offers insight into three metrics that show engagement.
These three markets are seeing the biggest year-over-year increases in foreclosure activity.
The median size of new single-family homes started in 2014 was 2,450 square feet – the second highest since 2009. But new-home sizes are...
In some parts of the country, you can get a house for under $100,000 and still find a low crime rate and abundant employment opportunities....
Share this information with your clients so their DIY home improvement projects don't land them in building code hot water.
Some cities are looking to solve their housing inventory problems using medians as potential new-construction zones.
One out of every five sent messages never reaches the recipient, according to a new e-mail deliverability study.
Business is booming in this industry where rents are rising, vacancies are limited, and competition has been muted due to limited new construction...
Mortgage applications for refinancings and home purchases plunged 27.6 percent this week.
Home owners are overvaluing the price of their homes compared to appraiser opinions.
Some say discounts for home buyers who are open to driving a bit further out are at an all-time high.