Love that pre-war architectural charm? Head to the East Coast
Buyers can get pretty opinionated when it comes to a home's age and architectural style. Here's a breakdown of where the country's oldest and newest homes are located, and everything in between
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 28
Homeowners are unprepared for flooding in many cities: Report
In cities with floodplains but no recent catastrophic events, few homeowners actually have flood insurance
by Jim Dalrymple II May 27
How the coronavirus pandemic is reshuffling the luxury real estate market
Buyers are looking for homes in different places, and with different characteristics, than they did before COVID-19 brought chaos to the US
by Jim Dalrymple II May 15
Number of homeowners with insurance falling nationwide
You need an umbrella when you don't know it's going to rain
by Britt Chester Oct 12
natural disaster
Post Hurricane Katrina, people have poured into devastated areas
by Octavio Nuiry May 27
How to make sure the flood maps don't soak your buyers
Help your clients before they buy their home
by Matt Naimoli Feb 25
The ultimate guide to selling tiny homes: Part 2
Big selling advice from a tiny-home agent on the West Coast
by Rachael Hite Jul 15
The ultimate guide to selling tiny homes: Part 1
Learn about the tiny-house market from an agent who lives in one
by Rachael Hite Jul 14
Short-term pain doesn't always portend long-term impacts
by Inman Oct 29
Dead and missing exceed 20,000
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 23
Construction hasn't kept pace with demolitions
by Inman Sep 13
Thousands of loans held up, says trade group
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 25
Arthur Sterbcow says he has no regrets
by Inman Mar 4
Signs of life in post-Katrina real estate market
by Inman Sep 3
Real estate market still shows scars
by Inman Aug 28