A new documentary tells the story of what happens when one family decides to start building the biggest house in America right before the Great Recession.
For some in the real estate industry, it has become a race to be on the bleeding edge of technological innovations, creating professional casualties out of formerly successful agents. Our advice: Avoid so-called technology solutions from vendors who don’t understand the real estate business.
Patricia J. Petersen, President and CEO of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, launched a business development program that helps new and experienced associates counter the challenging market forces on New York’s Long Island.
Weary brokers are finding that their schedules often take control of them rather than the other way around. The result? Consistently late hours at the office, discord at home, and unremitting stress and other health problems.
The American Bar Association names real estate malpractice claims as the leading cause of malpractice actions between 2008 and 2011.
New phone networks are to boost speeds 10 times faster than current phones for browsing the Web on mobile phones, but some analysts question whether wireless carriers' infrastructure is ready to handle the traffic. Will the iPhone 5 be the test?
San Francisco lawmakers will vote Tuesday on a possible building code change that could allow some of the tiniest apartments in the country.
Vacant homes from the foreclosure crisis are being blamed for creating blight in neighborhoods across the country and even presenting safety issues for those who live nearby.
The shadow inventory of troubled mortgages and foreclosed homes saw a 1.2 million decrease in the first half of the year, and it's expected to post another big drop by the end of the year.
A new survey shows that a quarter of Americans will delay their home purchase until they know who the next president will be.