"By encouraging home ownership, we can create jobs and grow our economy," Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says.
It's been no laughing matter for one New York City man who could face up to 30 days in jail after a neighbor complained to police about the man's loud laugh coming from inside his home.
Here are just a few reasons why the mortgage insurance write off continues to be one of the most important political and economic initiatives in contention today.
The number of wrongful foreclosures against active-duty service members during the housing crisis was much more widespread than originally believed, a new report finds.
Minnesota has some of the nation's highest indoor levels of radon, and state health officials are proposing that home buyers get greater warnings about the deadly gas.
South Dakota court rules that buyer's claims against representative over information about utilities was not barred by the statute of limitations.
NAR Legal Affairs and Government Affairs discuss a new risk facing real estate professionals: Representing a client in a deed-in-lieu transaction.
In Mississippi, a controversial bill is moving through the state legislature that would give the state's Real Estate Commission sole oversight over home inspectors.
Arizona appellate court returns case to trial court to determine whether broker’s e-mails to her clients constituted an electronic signature.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has thrown out the rules adopted in 2011 by the Department of Energy to try to regulate gas-log fireplaces so that they use less energy.