Meet the 10 REALTORS® vying for REALTOR® Magazine's 2012 Good Neighbor Awards. Five winners will be chosen in October, and will earn a $10,000 grant for their community cause. The five honorable mentions will receive a $2,500 grant.
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Writing clear copy in real estate listings is more important than ever. Since, the first contact you'll likely have with a potential homebuyer will come through a real estate listing, the copy is your first chance to build a reputation and a relationship.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Tuesday announced measures to make short sales of underwater homes easier for homeowners, including extending help to people who have financial difficulties but haven’t missed mortgage payments.
So did any of the commercial property deals you touched in the past five years or longer use financing? Let's guess: the answer is yes, of course. Developers acquiring or improving commercial assets tend not to self-finance. Read more about the LIBOR scandal on TheSource Blog.
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Looking for a way to continue providing value to buyers after the deal is done? E-mail a free article from NAR's REALTOR® Content Resource on five easy DIY weekend projects under $300. Keep providing helpful information by e-mailing all five free "Ways to Connect with Buyers After Closing" articles now available at the REALTOR® Content Resource.
If you want to get a home sold quickly and inexpensively, you should review these sales and design tips from REALTOR® Magazine.
While sales of newly built single-family homes is on the rise, buyers are finding much fewer choices as inventory sinks to a new record low.
With ultra-low mortgage rates and high affordability, first-time home buyers may never have a better time to jump into the housing market. So why aren't there more of them?