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.
Young adults born between 1982-1995 -- called echo boomers -- are much different from the baby boomers and present unique challenges and opportunities for REALTORS®. Learn how to connect on what's important to them.
More and more developers of urban condos and town homes are giving buyers an increasing amount of say in the look and layout of their homes.
Following a lawsuit initiated against Bear Stearns this week, federal investigators warned that more lawsuits are coming against banks stemming from their sales of mortgage-backed securities.
On Oct. 20, Fannie Mae will tighten some of its underwriting standards for condo buyers and home owners wanting to refinance. The changes have some in the industry concerned.
Home prices rose in August by their largest amount since July 2006, CoreLogic reports in its August Home Price Index, which includes distressed sales.
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