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Company Advertises 'Prelisted' Properties

December 7, 2012: 

A listing site is now adding properties that aren't even for sale yet.

Developers Scramble to Catch Up With Apartment Boom

December 7, 2012: 

Developers are ramping up apartment construction across the country to cash in on rising rents.

Short Sales Make Up Bigger Share of Market

December 7, 2012: 

"The shift toward earlier disposition of distressed properties continued in the third quarter as both lenders and at-risk home owners are realizing that short sales are often a better alternative than foreclosure," says Daren Blomquist, vice president of RealtyTrac.

Has a Second Foreclosure Wave Really Been Averted?

December 6, 2012: 

National housing data shows foreclosure levels falling, but at a local level, some areas are seeing a second foreclosure wave, analysts say.

3 Great Staging Ideas for Cooler Months

December 6, 2012: 

Brr! Try these tips for warming up your listings this winter.

Indiana Agent Attacked at Showing Appointment

December 6, 2012: 

Police are on the hunt for two men in Northwest Indiana who allegedly lured a real estate agent to a phony showing appointment and then sexually assaulted her.

Houston School Buses Feature Real Estate Ads

December 6, 2012: 

A Houston-based real estate brokerage is turning to school buses to promote its message of "helping families make the right move."

Foreclosure Backlogs Worsen in Some Areas

December 6, 2012: 

Foreclosures in some states are taking years to complete, delaying the housing recovery.

Short Sales Surge Before Potential Tax Hike

December 6, 2012: 

Real estate professionals are rushing to get short sales completed before the end of the year because of the possible expiration of the Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Act on Dec. 31.

Working With Buyers in a Thin Market

December 5, 2012: 

Is buyer competition for good listings fierce in your market? Here are three strategies for dealing with the lack of sellers and continuing to grow your business.