The 'We Buy Ugly Houses' company gave the award to a 1,700-square-foot Tudor-style home in Queens, New York City that underwent a serious makeover
by Teke Wiggin | Feb 20
The crowd-sourcing home lender grew revenue by 79% in 2018, and it's now offering shares for $15 to reach 20% public ownership
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 18
The number of home flips in 2018 hovered around 45,000 — a 12% decline from the third quarter of 2017
by Marian McPherson | Dec 6
App ideal for investors and listing agents uses smartphone pictures to collect data on homeowners.
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 13
Fundrise VP of Investments Kendall Davis explains the startup’s eFund strategy for rehabbing homes with small amounts from thousands of investors nationwide
by Emily Gertz | Dec 5
Diverging fortunes of investors and first-time homebuyers captured in new report
by Teke Wiggin | Feb 22
New mortgage-backed securities (MBSs) could benefit communities, but also may raise concerns
by Teke Wiggin | Feb 15
Borrowing costs tumbling, home prices rising and how flippers are managing it all
by Octavio Nuiry | Oct 4
Attom Data Solutions report finds home flipping at its highest levels in six years
by Kimberly Manning | Sep 15
The hold, accumulate, then flip approach disrupts investment market
by Giovanni Fernandez | May 26
Quick selling craze affecting home affordability, says Center for NYC Neighborhoods
by Jennifer Riner | Apr 25
The agent has a different role in the real estate process when working with an investor
by Tonya Jones Reynolds | Apr 13
New regulations predicted to minimally impact Miami's residential sales volume
by Erik Pisor | Mar 21
RealtyTrac reports the best ZIP codes to flip homes catered to the young generation
by Inman | Mar 10
After four years of falling rates, home flipping is gaining popularity in 75 percent of U.S. markets
by Inman | Mar 3