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Police have charged a Connecticut real estate agent for allegedly stealing a competitor's for-sale signs.
Some home buyers may rethink paying a premium for beachfront property following the devastation from Superstorm Sandy.
The growth of off-market listings has prompted some real estate agents to speak out.
With multifamily housing back on its feet, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun said the more hopeful tone in Washington may pave the way for a full commercial recovery.
Low housing inventories in many markets have sparked bidding wars that have pushed home prices up higher than recent comparable sales. But low appraisals then threaten to derail the deals, agents say.
The large increase in housing starts to 894,000 indicates progress towards stable overall vacancy rates, but further increase is needed, to 1.3 million, to reach that stability.
Subhi Gharbieh reflects on NAR Annual and what it takes to be a YPN Network of the Year.
Sales are being driven by strengthening fundamentals—the improving jobs picture, rising rental rates, continuing low interest rates and housing affordability—and prices are gaining on reduced supply.
Color psychologists suggest that the color of the front door can make a powerful statement about the home or the owner. Here's what they say the different front door hues can mean.