The REALTOR® Party awareness campaign is a new way of answering a critical question: What's the REALTOR® Party?
Real estate "teams" often don't align to the definition of that term, an industry consultant argues.
"When people first look at a home, they look at five or six scenes, and that will make the determination if they want to look at more," says an owner of a visual marketing company.
More investors are finding rental properties can prove lucrative, experts say.
The latest settlement with the nation's 10 largest mortgage servicers may create one last surge in foreclosures, according to some housing experts.
How did this famous line become part of the Code of Ethics? The NAR Archives finds out.
A new campaign puts it all together.
Check out these timeless tips for real estate practitioners from Rogers Healy, a 2009 30 Under 30 honoree and regular online columnist for REALTOR® Magazine.
A group of housing advocates are pushing for a new type of subprime loan for applicants with lower incomes or bad credit, but some critics are calling the proposal a "stupid and crazy idea."
Every home owner wants to see prices rise, but when prices rise too fast, there may be reason for concern.