A growing crop of buyers are being lured by bargains to purchase their retirement homes years before they ever plan on retiring.
Home prices are inching higher and mortgage rates are expected to soon follow, and more potential buyers are weighing whether to jump in now or risk paying more by purchasing a house later.
Erin Griffith from PandoDaily asks whether industry-specific accelerators like NAR's REach™ program can succeed.
As we all know, FSBOs most often learn after a few weeks that selling a home is hard work, and best left to professionals. Placing yourself and your real estate services in front of the home owner during this moment of realization is the key.
Article from The Washington Post: Buyers favor ‘green’ houses, but they’re often not easy to identify or appraise.
During the housing boom days, media rooms, wine cellars, and large expansive bonus rooms were all the rage. But today, it's all about energy efficiency.
Home buyers can quickly become overwhelmed when making all the choices, from the stain on the floor to the glaze on the cabinets, for their new home. Here are some ways to help ease the decision-making process.
The preferred size of a home can vary greatly depending on the buyers' age, race, and ethnicity, a new study finds.
Knowing how house hunters view a listing online can help agents fine-tune their marketing approach. Learn what the latest research has uncovered.
Some home owners who are waiting around for prices to increase may be doing themselves a disservice.