Canadians have traditionally been the dominant foreign buyers of Florida real estate, but now they're finding increased competition for housing deals from another group.
First-time home buyers once had a huge inventory of homes to choose from, but now they're finding tightened supplies and steeper competition for what's left.
If you set out to make a certain number of calls today, set out to get 100 "nos" instead. It'll take a few more calls, and yet, that extra call might mean extra business.
AOL Real Estate recently asked industry insiders to offer up their best way to get a home sold in the New Year. Find out some of their secrets.
New rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will change the process for home buyers trying to obtain a mortgage.
More people are living under one roof, and homebuilders are responding to the demand for different types of houses.
A suspicious Web site that had been misusing the REALTOR® trademark has now been suspended.
Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac implemented new timelines this summer aimed at speeding up short sales, which have helped short sales skyrocket in the third quarter of 2012.
A Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that sellers in the state do not have to legally disclose "psychological defects" when trying to sell their house.
Foreclosures are decreasing nationwide, but a few pockets across the country are still expected to see elevated levels in 2013.