Home owners who experienced foreclosures are finding themselves owning again sometimes only three years later—possibly even less—with Federal Housing Administration-backed loans.
Going to the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando? You'll find resources, information, and solutions for you and your business at NAR's booth, #745. Plus, meet and get an autograph from Jim Belushi—star of TV, stage, and screen—on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 1-4 p.m.
One thing every parent learns all too quickly: Kids' stuff seems to infiltrate every space in their home. Help parents reclaim their space by posting to your blog a free article from NAR's REALTOR® Content Resource with kids' room storage solutions for any age. It's one of five free "Be Squirrelly: Start Storing Smartly This Winter" articles you can use to help home owners clear their family's clutter.
(Updated August 2014)
The dock that Kate Koplinka grew up crabbing off of in Mastic Beach, Long Island, New York, vanished beneath the wind and flood waters of Hurricane Sandy this week.
While the number of short sales has surged in recent years, closing on such transactions still poses plenty of challenges along the way that can threaten to derail the deal.
Real estate agents need to keep children in mind when working with families. Here are some tips for presenting properties to the entire family.
More small businesses are focusing on how to better manage their online reputations and using new software tools to track what's being said about them online.
Here are three tips that will get you closer to never using a printer again.
As Hurricane Sandy threatening the Atlantic Coast in what's being dubbed as "Frankenstorm," many home owners are asking themselves: Have I done enough to disaster-proof my home?