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What Will the New 'Normal' for Housing Be?

January 30, 2013: 

Fannie Mae releases some of its projections for the housing market in its new report, "Transition to 'Normal'?"

Training From the Good Old-School

January 29, 2013: 

Is your brokerage a disfunctional classroom? Get an A+ in culture change.

Pa. Woman Fights State's Disclosure Laws

January 29, 2013: 

A Pennsylvania woman is taking her case to the state's Supreme Court in a lawsuit over a seller and agent who failed to disclose to her that a murder-suicide had taken place in the home that she had purchased.

3 Big Social Media Turn-Offs

January 29, 2013: 

A recent survey shows these top reasons for alienating connections on your social networks.

Study: Lenders Spend More on REOs in High-Priced Areas

January 29, 2013: 

Lenders improved about a third of their foreclosed properties prior to sale, spending $6,500 per home, on average, according to a recent study by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies.

Builders Want Agents' Help in Attracting Buyers

January 29, 2013: 

A group of the nation's largest builders are launching a multimillion-dollar campaign that mostly targets real estate professionals.

8 Tech Gadgets You'll Want to Have

January 28, 2013: 

Here's a roundup of some of the latest technologies featured at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show.

Supply Constraints in West Slow Contract Signings

January 28, 2013: 

NAR's forward-looking pending home sales index slipped 4.4 percent in December, signaling a loss of momentum in contract signings, but the easing seems to be more about inventory shortages than weak demand, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says.

Construction Company Sues Over Negative Review

January 28, 2013: 

A construction company owner is the latest in a growing number who are fighting back against negative online reviews posted about their services.

5 States With Highest Number of Underwater Borrowers

January 28, 2013: 

The number of home owners underwater on their mortgages is dropping nationwide, but "sand states" still account for the highest number of negative equity home owners.