The Federal Trade Commission is trying to put an end to "greenwashing" through its updated Green Guides for marketers, a guide that was finalized this week that aims to prevent companies from claiming false or deceptive claims over the environmental benefits of their products.
Mortgage rules being drafted by federal banking regulators came under the spotlight last night in the first election debate between President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
If you don't have a full and objective assessment of your market's competitive framework, you won't be able to effectively position a property in a manner that will motivate buyers.
More first-time home shoppers say they want a house they can "grow into" not a home they can quickly grow out of.
Foreclosures continue to show signs of dropping across the country.
The national vacancy rate fell to 4.6 percent in the third quarter, which is traditionally one of the strongest quarters of the year.
Asking prices posted their largest year-over-year increase since the beginning of the housing slump, a new report shows.
REALTOR® Safety Month may be over, but two news stories last week reminded real estate professionals that dangers lurk.
Seventy-seven percent of home owners think their home is worth a lot more than it really is, according to HomeGain's third quarter 2012 National Home Values Survey Results of 300 real estate agents.
More home owners are finding equity once again in their homes, according to the September Housing Scorecard from the Obama administration.