Opinion
It's fully understandable that teams in Connecticut are frustrated at impending changes that could cost them money and branding. However, if regulation happened nationwide, some commonality from state to state could be a welcome change
by Carl Medford Aug 6
A new Connecticut law that limits team names is just the latest in a list of regulations impacting teams and their branding
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 4
Dozens of teams will likely have to rebrand thanks to a state law that prohibits the use of terms such as 'group' and 'LLC'
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 2
Renters face the greatest financial losses due to scams during summer months, as peak moving season arrives and the rental scammers emerge
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 20
State-level protections for tenants behind on rent expired in 4 more states this week as the clock ticks on the federal eviction ban
by Daniel Houston Jul 1
The office will be the 18th for the Los Angeles-based brand, and will operate in Huntington, about an hour outside of Manhattan
by Jim Dalrymple II May 3
There aren't enough homes for everyone who wants them. That's driving up prices and stretching agents thin
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 22
'There is no middle class any more,' one industry leader said of working in real estate this year. 'You’re either crushing it or you're struggling'
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 12
The brokerage is launching a new ad campaign starting on Wednesday with the help of its celebrity agents like Fredrik Eklund, The Altman Brothers and Tracy Tutor
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 24
During the fourth quarter of 2020, U.S. home prices surged 10.8% on an annual basis and 3.8% on a quarterly basis, marking growth records for both metrics
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 23
White described a robust market that has exceeded even his own expectations this year, and added that he believes homes will continue selling well in 2021
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 25
Equity-rich properties made up about 28.3% of mortgaged homes in the US during the third quarter, up from 26.7% the previous year, according to a new report by Attom Data Solutions
Paulette and Dana Koch say the pandemic has fundamentally changed the buyer composition in Palm Beach, with more buyers considering a primary home than ever before
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 12
Parts of New York City, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., were most vulnerable to economic impacts of the pandemic during the third quarter
Amid federal and state restrictions on foreclosures and evictions, bank repossessions dropped 14% month over month and 80% year over year to just 2,163 US properties foreclosed on by lenders, according to an analysis Thursday from Attom Data Solutions
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 13