Stay in touch with recent second-home purchasers by sharing valuable end-of-summer info they'll thank you for.
While foreclosures are falling, some states continue to battle a high number. Find out where.
What makes buyers grimace when they tour a home for-sale? Don't let one of your listings fall prey to one of these common buyer pet peeves.
This new luxury real estate leader boasts the highest number of homes sold in the nation in the $1 million or more range, and it has seen sales more than double in the past year.
The increase in fees is expected to be passed along to borrowers. Find out what borrowers can expect.
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.