The dock that Kate Koplinka grew up crabbing off of in Mastic Beach, Long Island, New York, vanished beneath the wind and flood waters of Hurricane Sandy this week.
For a century, the National Association of REALTORS®' Code of Ethics has served as a vital benchmark for conducting business the right way. Here's a look at how the Code has developed since 1913.
More applicants could qualify for a mortgage if lenders took a broader look at an applicant's credit data, according to a new study.
Thousands of home owners with Wells Fargo mortgages received a sweet surprise in the mail recently: Refund checks.
Only 30 percent of borrowers who defaulted on their mortgage in 2001 had returned to the housing market within 10 years, a new study finds.
Borrowers with Freddie Mac- or Fannie Mae-backed loans who suffered damage to their homes by Hurricane Sandy may qualify for temporary forbearance on their mortgages.
While the number of short sales has surged in recent years, closing on such transactions still poses plenty of challenges along the way that can threaten to derail the deal.
Learn how distressed sales can affect your business.
Real estate agents need to keep children in mind when working with families. Here are some tips for presenting properties to the entire family.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced it has reached a major milestone: It guaranteed its 20 millionth home loan.