In the latest scam, some sellers are purposely making their homes look undesirable so that they can attract low offers from buyers.
More than three-quarters of Americans who fall within Generations X and Y believe they have become increasingly knowledgeable about home ownership over the past six years, according to a new survey.
Fannie Mae economists say they believe home prices "hit bottom" earlier this year and that prices and sales will continue to move up.
Many of NAR's initiatives to help keep REALTORS® at the center of the real estate transaction despite the flood of change that's surrounded the industry over the years have come from NAR's strategic planning efforts.
Home sales dropped a bit over the last month but they remain strong compared to this time last year and price gains remain robust.
The presidential race is a dead heat right now, but former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a tougher road ahead, according to Charlie Cook, editor and publisher of the Cook Political Report and a frequent source of election information in major news outlets.
Many problems can be avoided in the first place if people would just pick up the telephone and call the other party rather than texting or e-mailing.
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