The anticipated "great foreclosure wave of 2012" failed to materialize. Here's what helped to soften its blow.
As of right now, the market is improving on its own. Now we just have to see if there will be any shocks in the days and months ahead.
Based on responses to the November 2012 REALTORS® Confidence Index Survey, all states are expected to see home price increases in the next 12 months.
A valuation company boasting a field network of 30,000 brokers, appraisers, and vendors in every major market in the U.S. announced that it has shut down operations.
Whether you're staging homes or giving past clients advice, here are several design trends to keep in mind next year.
The reduction on 30-year mortgage rates this year translates into an interest payment savings of nearly $98,600 over the life of a $200,000 loan, Freddie Mac reports.
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What are some of the top forecasts for the housing market in 2013? The Wall Street Journal offers some predictions.
Don't make potential buyers play a guessing game. If you leave these three pieces of information out of the property ad, you'll never get a call on your listing.
U.S. home prices in October were up 4.3 percent from a year ago, according to the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index.