Foreign buyers are flocking to the U.S. to snag luxury second-homes, and developers are increasingly looking to cater to the global buyer through the design of their properties.
The housing market isn't back to normal quite yet, but there are several positive signs in the recovery. That's according to Senate testimony from Edward DeMarco, the acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
REALTOR® Magazine and the Good Neighbor Society announced the recipients in the fifth year of this successful development program.
A controversial proposal that would allow local government officials to use the authority of eminent domain to condemn distressed mortgages reportedly is gaining traction in California once again.
The picture has improved for real estate practitioners who are in the market for a new camera this year. Learn about key specs and products in this category in this guide.
Find out how buyers feel about wooded lots and water views as reported by the Profile of Buyers' Home Feature Preferences.
Mexico is the number one destination for American baby-boomers who retire abroad. Learn about the opportunities Mexico offers for global real estate professionals.
If there was one major takeaway from the National Crime Prevention Council's 2013 Mortgage Fraud Virtual Conference, it was this: The mortgage market, while no longer a wicked stepchild of the housing crisis, must still be carefully monitored.
Second Century Ventures's REach Technology Accelerator program just recently announced the first seven companies with which it's partnering. Learn more in this REALTOR® Magazine video.
A recent study by Prudential Real Estate reports millennials are more confident than any other age group that the real estate market will soon recover.