Foreclosure activity on homes valued at $5 million or more has soared 61 percent since October 2012, RealtyTrac reports.
Single-family new-home sales posted a sharp rise in October, but other factors still pose challenges for the real estate market, economists say.
NAR's Board of Directors recently made changes to enhance the industry's professional standards. Read what changes were made to Standard of Practice 11-1 and how it relates to BPOs.
Overall the impact was noticeable but somewhat lower than feared.
With 7,000 residents per square mile, Los Angeles tops both New York and Chicago as the nation's most dense city.
For the fifth consecutive week, mortgage applications slipped, reaching the lowest level since early September.
Realtor.com® is expanding its listings in the New York market after a recent amendment to its policies now allows it to publish listings from non-REALTOR®-affiliated sources.
A new study finds that professionally photographed listings tend to sell for more money and sell faster than homes listed with photos from low-end point-and-shoot cameras.
Home prices are continuing to rise across the country, inching closer in many areas to within 10 percent of their home price peaks, CoreLogic reports.
Real estate professionals deal with fair housing issues nearly every day. But there are a few items that may surprise you about the passage of this landmark legislation.