Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is offering grants to help low-income families remove dangerous household hazards from their...
As hackers continue to use fraudulent online messages to steal money from unsuspecting home buyers, it's vital you take steps to secure your...
Some critics say that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s new program to help underwater home owners falls short.
How low should you let your battery go? A new study reveals the optimal time to plug in.
Learn to identify roof types so you can speak intelligently with your clients about this vital home feature.
Mortgage rates didn't fluctuate much last week, but that didn’t keep applications from tumbling once again.
Learn about the impact of environmentally friendly features, such as LEED certification and recycling programs, on rental premiums.
Everyone knows there's a shortage of sellers. But what are the underlying reasons, and when will these barriers be resolved?
Your first-time buyers will likely face some steep competition for homes this spring. Make sure they’re ready.
A lawmaker is posting signs in the lawns of foreclosed homes in Buffalo, N.Y., to try to publicly humiliate lenders and get them to move faster on...
Those spring transactions may move faster. The average number of days to close on a home purchase finally reversed last month.
Find out why many owners are deciding to expand their homes through customizable modular construction.
If you’re hoping for a boost on the sale price of a home, you may want to avoid these remodeling projects in favor of some others.
View an infographic to see how the electric bills in your state compares to other states.
Heading into the spring housing market, “the main issue continues to be a supply and affordability problem,” says NAR’s...
Home buyers could lose their entire down payment in a flash under this latest closing cost scam. You’ll want to warn your clients about this...
More residents are flocking to these cities. Will their housing markets soon get hotter?
A new campaign sets out to increase the number of African American home owners by 2 million within the next five years.
Airbnb is a growing site for short-term rentals, but some city regulations are standing in the way of it growing even bigger.
After much buzz, the social network decided to keep things the same, preferring its short tweets to lengthier ones.