Every spring, a new crop of promising pros is uncovered by REALTOR® Magazine staff. This year's honorees are ready to put recession behind them and embark on a whole new era of real estate.
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A new study finds after prepurchase counseling, borrowers were nearly a third less likely to fall behind on their mortgage payments.
A study finds communities that zoned too strictly for the development of large, single-family homes are at greater risk for foreclosure than areas that accommodate a wider range of housing options.
One researcher predicts 1.5 to 2 million homes belonging to seniors will come on the market by the end of this decade.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump is accusing a Brooklyn man of operating four web sites that bear Trump's name and real estate brand.
Homebuilders have recently conducted surveys revealing the Millennial generation's top home preferences, which differ greatly from previous generations.
A new study finds that 301,874 "zombie" homes—properties where home owners receive foreclosure notices and move out, leaving the home vacant and deteriorating—exist in the U.S.
Agents must expect to hear "no," knowing they'll soon hear a "yes."
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau debuted this week the nation's largest public database for consumer financial complaints, and mortgage gripes are dominating the list of complaints.