Plus, homebuyer confidence is up, and Keller Williams has released its new consumer app
Kevin and Nicole Noar wired over the money for their dream house before realizing that someone had hacked their escrow information
It has been met with a combination of fear and frustration, but what is the real impact iBuying is having in markets around the country?
According to a study released by co-ownership platform Haus, the share of single homeowners has reached a 118-year high of 39.8%
Three first-time homeowners shared how an impending marriage, a growing family and the desire to build equity pushed them to make the purchase of a lifetime
Disruption has long been a buzzword in the industry. As Residential Finance Month comes to a close on Inman, we’re wondering how you’re feeling about the new models emerging and where an agent’s place is in all of this change.
Perhaps the most special consideration single parents need is understanding. Their responsibilities cause time constraints that are workable with the help of a trusted agent
Helping millennial homebuyers find the right loans for them
From inventory shortages to lackadaisical buyers to lender confusion, here are the biggest issues readers are seeing
Angelic behavior for a few months won’t erase past poor decisions
Companies both old and new are racing to build platforms that handle more of the real estate transaction. Agents will have to adapt to survive
This emerging consumer financing category is addressing the financial realities of today's prospective homebuyers
Offerpad, Zillow and Opendoor are turning the screws on startups that offer price comparisons and claim to help consumers secure the best offer
New Jersey, Delaware and Illinois reported the worst foreclosure rates, according to a new report by Attom Data Solutions
Knowing your mortgage interest rate could save you a lot of money in the long run