McGraw Hill Construction says 20 percent of homes built last year were green, and that figure is slated to rise to between 29 percent and 38 percent by 2016.
How loyal are you to your brokerage? Employees at one New York City brokerage earn extra commission if they get a tattoo of the company's logo.
Some are taking advantage adverse possession laws in certain states, squatting in foreclosed homes for free and trying to make claims for homes they don't own.
The housing recovery appears to be growing stronger across the country, so why are some analysts still concerned?
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This online course focuses on laws governing real property rights and interests.
New research shows that home buyers are willing to pay a premium to live near open, undeveloped tracts.
Move Inc., the operators of realtor.com, announced that it has acquired Doorsteps, a website aimed at better connecting buyers, agents, lenders, and service providers for a transaction.
Scammers are hijacking the identity of real estate agents to dupe would-be clients in a sophisticated listing scam.
This course offers real-world scenarios and examples that illustrate how agents can plan and implement successful video marketing projects, which are crucial for reaching today's house hunters.