AEs that update their association information through NAR's Member Guide by Oct. 31 get rewarded with a free 2012 NAR Member Profile download.
The ongoing controversy of fraudulent practices, excessive assessments, and egregious collection costs of HOA fees on Las Vegas home owners has reached national attention as two local attorneys have filed a federal lawsuit against hundreds of Nevada HOAs and collection agencies.
The Miami-based home builder is reporting a surge in new orders from first-time and first move-up home buyers.
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Communities that have outgrown a 38-year-old definition of "rural" will continue to be eligible for mortgage assistance while the federal Rural Housing Service transitions to a new way of tracking population and income changes.
Despite recent progress, home prices still have a long way to go to return to the peaks they reached during the housing boom, the analytics firm Fiserv reports.
The U.S. Small Business Administration will be increasing revenue standards for several categories within the real estate industry.
As inventory remains at record lows, prices of new homes jumped a record-breaking 11.2 percent in August, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Wednesday.
A new report from the Fair Elections Legal Network details the challenges that foreclosed borrowers face when determining where to vote in the upcoming election.
"As negative equity increases, we see corresponding increases in the number of new problem loans," Lender Processing Services reports.