The percentage of U.S. residents who say owning a home is an essential part of the American dream has hit a three-year high.
A new study finds that homes built prior to 1960 have average maintenance costs of $564 per year, while houses built after 2008 have average costs that are less than half that amount.
"The drop in delinquencies and foreclosure starts will help support a resurgence in the home-purchase market this year and next," according to the CEO of CoreLogic.
The U.S. Treasury has expanded its presence in the housing market with the intention of accelerating the real estate recovery. Learn about resources it offers for short sales, foreclosure prevention, and more.
Do you have what it takes to stink at selling? It's tougher than you think.
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.
The busy spring market will be upon us before you know it, so here are some tips for getting the exterior shipshape.
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.