The number of homes sitting empty across the country remains high.
Banks are getting more strict about the hiring of workers who watch over homes in default or foreclosure, following hundreds of consumer lawsuits over alleged break-ins by contractors.
Following the double-digit growth in home prices last year, economists predict the gains will now fall into line with inflation and more historical rates of growth.
The condo market is on an upswing, but sales are still more than 30 percent short of their peak.
Only 10 percent of Facebook users update their status daily, Pew Research finds.
Home prices posted the highest annual rate of increase since 2005, with 10 states and the District of Columbia reaching new all-time price peaks, CoreLogic reports.
Some home buyers are asking to spend the night at a home before they make an offer on it, allowing them to gain a better perspective on what it would be like to live there.
Some of the biggest provisions of the Affordable Care Act, take effect this year.
With only 4 percent of December home sales being short sales, RealtyTrac says they've been on the decline since the second half of 2013.
To successfully navigate negotiations with global buyers, real estate agents need to be alert to buying signs and cultural taboos.