Certified residential appraiser and REALTOR® Melanie McLane discusses new Appraisal Qualifications Board (AQB) standards that go into effect in January 2015.
A new study finds "sizeable asset misrepresentations even among the most reputable underwriters" of private-label subprime mortgages during the housing boom.
The results of the January Commercial Real Estate Market Survey show that commercial practitioners closed 2012 on a positive note.
Home building is once again contributing to the nation's economic growth, and a major factor behind that growth has been the expansion of multifamily construction.
An Atlanta brokerage is launching a program that will pay for all the training and licensing for up to 3,000 vets who want to become real estate agents.
A new player has stepped into the single-family rental pool, snatching up homes by the thousands to turn into rentals.
For every person who appreciates you being on top of it with your follow-up, there'll be that one person who thinks you're too aggressive.
Have you ever found yourself in an uncomfortable conversation that you weren't sure exactly how to get out of? In this edition of "Ringside With Michael," networking expert Michael Goldberg takes a humorous but practical look at different networking scenarios and how to get through those awkward moments unscathed.
Foreclosure filings continue their downward spiral, dropping to their lowest level in January since April 2007.
In a follow-up to his 10-part series on writing successful real estate ads, Ian Grace offers bonus tip No. 11, which covers how to research potential buyers and test your advertising.