Expect more flexibility and comprehensive information with the recently redesigned Comparative Analysis function based on REALTOR® feedback.
Mapping data company Maponics LLC is now offering a tool that rates the walkability of neighborhoods.
Former home owners who went through a foreclosure, short sale, or bankruptcy are ready to buy again and poised to flood the market. Will you be ready for them?
J.D. Power reveals which real estate companies rank highest for customer satisfaction in its latest Home Buyer/Seller Satisfaction study.
Sometimes it's nice to get a little incentive to do what you know you probably should be doing anyway. Starting today, the National Association of REALTORS®' library is offering a special deal to any member who downloads a free book.
Make sure that you're using the right platform for each of your various social media messages.
Many home owners who were in foreclosure in 2009 and 2010 are eligible for payouts as part of a foreclosure settlement, but so far only about two-thirds of borrowers have cashed their checks.
Home prices are rising and foreclosures are falling, but the Obama administration's latest housing scorecard exercises a cautious tone once again.
The market hasn't reached bottom everywhere. Foreclosure spikes in some states mean that prices aren't rising evenly.
The number of homes for sale in June reached the highest level in the past year and numbers are posting higher than normal gains for this time of year, realtor.com® reports.