Learn what to expect out of the White House this year by checking out our coverage of President Obama's 2013 State of the Union speech.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has thrown out the rules adopted in 2011 by the Department of Energy to try to regulate gas-log fireplaces so that they use less energy.
Credit reports are used by lenders to judge mortgage applicants, yet a large number of Americans have errors on their report that could make them pay a higher fee.
There are no federal rules that require sellers to disclose whether a home was once used as a meth lab. So what should your buyers do if they suspect the poisonous substance?
Younger Americans place more importance and hold more favorable views toward home ownership than older generations, according to a new survey.
Learn about the new Qualified Mortage (QM) rule and what it means for today's real estate market.
Add free, seller-focused info to your listing presentation book with articles from the "Land Lots More Listings" article package, courtesy of the REALTOR(R) Content Resource.
Men tend to be more interested in a home's space and dimensions, but women tend to be more swayed by a home's aesthetics, layout, and functionality.
Habitat for Humanity released its 2013 Shelter Report earlier this week and as part of its release it joined NAR and the REALTOR® University Research Center to host a discussion on how moderate-income households are faring in the housing market now that the recession is behind us.
State lawmakers take another step in fighting blight caused by abandoned, foreclosed homes.