According to a survey by SOLD.com, approximately half of homeowners don’t understand all their selling options
by Marian McPherson | Apr 30
Nation’s largest real estate trade group says Tax Cuts & Jobs Act has ‘punched a huge hole’ in incentives to own a home
by Andrea V. Brambila | Feb 14
Opinion
Agents can save sellers time, money, liability and hassle
by Chris Rediger | Jul 2
62% of homeowners don't plan on moving from their current residence
by Marian McPherson | Apr 30
In a quest to become the Zillow of rentals, Apartment List will display more listings from individual owners—not just giant apartment complexes
by Emma Hinchliffe | Jan 18
Experts worry that if insurers start to pull out of flood-prone seaside communities, it could cause a crisis worse than 2008
by Bryan Walsh | Dec 18
Plus tips on how to solve the problems
by Cheryl Spangler | Aug 23
Ensure your clients protect their investments
by Kathy Francioso | Aug 23
Zillow study shows this generation is still behind despite market recovery
by Marian McPherson | Jul 19
'America's gay neighborhoods have recovered at a faster rate than non-gay neighborhoods,' says Trulia's chief economist
by Amber Taufen | Jun 7
Keep sellers apprised about the smaller, unexpected expenses related to home prep, sales taxes and commissions
by Marian McPherson | May 25
Being 'house poor' is becoming the norm in many cities
by Steve Cook | May 23
The National Association of Realtors expands on its "reform isn't great for homeowners" position
by Amber Taufen | May 19
If the desire is there, what's happening to stop the American Dream?
by Steve Cook | Feb 27
New research reveals what consumers are looking for in their devices
by Marian McPherson | Jan 4