With the housing rebound in full swing, "pocket listings" are growing in many parts of the country, but this development has raised questions over its ethics among some in the industry.
Jason O'Neil explains why a lot of his clients are turning to the realtor.com app instead of Trulia or Zillow.
President Obama is due today to announce his nomination of U.S. Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.) to run the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
"As the economy continues to stabilize, more young adults will wean off of mom and dad and start to live on their own, spurring added economic growth," HousingWire reports.
Housing analysts blame the drop on tight credit conditions, constrained inventories of for-sale homes, and the rising number of single-family rental homes.
Completed foreclosures rose in March, but the big drop in the number of distressed properties entering the pipeline remains encouraging, analysts say.
The three cities that are posting some of the strongest price growth year-over-year are also seeing fastest job growth.
New agents can counter the credibility question by getting involved on a deeper level.
Real estate Web site Doorsteps has released an infographic that shows demographic and financial data on first-time home buyers, which includes data from the National Association of REALTORS®' 2012 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.
Seventy-five percent of renters say they own pets, yet many are not able to find enough pet-friendly rental options, according to a new survey.