In Mississippi, a controversial bill is moving through the state legislature that would give the state's Real Estate Commission sole oversight over home inspectors.
This is a ripe opportunity for real estate professionals who only work in residential real estate to make referral income by partnering with a strong commercial agent. Here are some ideas for getting started.
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People who went through foreclosures or short sales during the housing crisis have been gradually returning to the Orange County, Calif., market for at least a year.
The apartment market is proving to be a major source of economic activity, jobs, and personal earnings.
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.