The second quarter of 2021 marked the 40th consecutive quarter of home price increases, according to Federal Housing Finance Agency data. Prices were up 17.4% year over year
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 31
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate added a record number of new affiliates during the first half of 2021. The brand strengthened its presence in California and opened its first office in Alaska
by Marian McPherson Aug 3
Only 1 state in the US was found to offer lower interest rates to women than men, on average, for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage, according to mortgage tech company Own Up
Most agents are independent contractors, meaning they don't automatically get health coverage from jobs. But recent years have seen a variety of options cropping up to solve that issue
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 1
Tech-powered brokerage Redfin is expanding its services to Southcentral Alaska, the company announced on Wednesday
by Lillian Dickerson Jun 24
San Francisco in particular has experienced a historic drop in rent amid the pandemic, though rents are also down in New York, Boston and other cities
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 1
As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the US
by Jim Dalrymple II May 14
61% of US markets saw foreclosure activity drop below pre-recession levels last month, but the numbers come with 'a huge caveat'
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 15
The Pacific Division saw the biggest decrease in price gains while the South Atlantic saw the largest rise
by Patrick Kearns Jan 23
Broker stays in close contact with his agent Rob McIntosh, who was a victim in the mass shooting
by Gill South Oct 6
Tight supply and lender issues leading gripes among pros
by Britt Chester Aug 29
First American Loan Application Defect Index reported fraud risk is reaching new lows this year
by Kimberly Manning Aug 2
Here is the latest Zillow data covering today’s Alaska residential market
by Inman Feb 17
3 things to remember about the recovery
by David Mele Jan 8
Home prices are well above historic norms in oil-dependent markets, but that trend may shift in the opposite direction.
by Erik Pisor Oct 8