Industry News From REALTOR® Magazine
With smartphones in the hands of agents, buyers, and sellers alike, the devices have become essential to transactions.
Meet Good Neighbor Finalist Bernice Helman, who leads by example and inspires people to give back and defy the odds.
Now that the costs of borrowing are increasing, many are reportedly pulling out of transactions at the last minute.
A recent study shows a large increase in real estate professionals who credit their Web-based marketing campaigns with generating more walk-in...
The apartment and condo markets continue to gain momentum as rising demand from a large generation of young professionals strengthens.
From show business to the real estate business, some celebrities are viewing the recovering housing market as an opportunity to flip houses and...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a bill that would have affirmed that real estate brokers and salespersons in the state have the authority to...
Bank of America is hosting a webinar to teach real estate agents how to better navigate the short sales process.
Banking regulators have signaled that the issue of down payments is still on the table in their new proposal on securitization standards.
As the housing recovery rolls on, baby boomers and empty-nesters may be looking to finally downsize and trade-in for a retirement home. Here are...
The Fed is monitoring the housing market closely after a run-up in mortgage rates over the past few months, Freddie Mac reports.
Apple is expected to debut a new iPhone model in September, and reports say the company may also unveil an iPhone trade-in program at that time....
More Americans are opting to live alone, with young adults becoming the fastest-growing group of single home buyers.
Foreclosure inventories posted a 32 percent year-over-year drop in July, another sign that the foreclosure crisis may finally be over, CoreLogic...
As more cable providers delve into smart home automation systems, the number of smart homes is expected to take a big leap forward.
Chicago-based Dream Town Realty is banking on getting more eyes on its site by using actual journalism to spice up its blog.
In some neighborhoods where single-family rentals are on the rise, neighboring home owners say tenants are attracting a host of problems.
The aftermath of the recession sparked a change in family life that is being reflected in today's housing needs.
In these 10 towns, you're likely to have more Millennials as customers.
More real estate brokerages are adding services, such as mortgages and title insurance, to attract more customers.