New pop-up informs renters that it's illegal to discriminate by legal source of income in New York and New Jersey
Deal will expand Updater's product offerings to help consumers with moves of all sizes
Agency letter offers first clue that the Clear Cooperation Policy may be part of a 'broader investigation' into trade group's rules
Real estate giants ask court to toss the discount brokerage's lawsuit over optional MLS rule
52% of Hispanic homeowners said they lived with family or friends without paying rent to save for housing costs, according to a new report
A recent Homes.com survey found that most prospective sellers plan to list homes valued at less than $300K
NorthstarMLS and MARIS hope to help smaller MLSs keep their autonomy while cutting down costs for brokers and agents and helping them provide better service to consumers
The National Association of Realtors countered that the Consumer Federation of America's assertions are 'wrong and misleading' and 'commissions are very much negotiable'