Employees want the company to stop selling furniture to migrant holding facilities and create a new code of ethics
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 26
Agents in Texas near the border say a significant flow of capital into the US real estate market could be cut off
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 16
Economists tell Inman that tariffs on imported lumber, aluminum and steel are driving up home prices
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 10
Demand for new housing construction strongest in North America while Western Europe braces for bubble to burst

The cultural hotbed of South Florida is home to international transplants from all over the world and continues to draw interest from abroad. With an influx of international searches every day on Trulia, the real estate search engine reported South Florida as a hot market for Venezuelan house hunters.

by Sam Brannan | Jul 28
NAR data shows nearly a quarter of international sales over the last year fell in Florida
by Jennifer Riner | Jul 21
Increased interest from Mexican buyers cited
by Erik Pisor | Feb 4
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices sets up Certified International Property Specialist training
by Gill South | Dec 8
It's not just a big city problem anymore
by Teresa Boardman | Oct 22
The US real estate market has increasingly become a hotbed for financial alchemy
by Octavio Nuiry | Sep 29
It's the only way to think in real estate
by Roh Habibi | Jul 9
An exciting time to develop strategies toward a positive user experience
by Vera Makarov | Apr 20
NAR: Economic conditions, tight financing and limited inventory dampen sales
by Inman | Jun 25
Brokerage hopes lifestyle, low property taxes can overcome drug war stigma
by Tom Kelly | Aug 29
NAR: International sales volume up 24 percent
by Inman | Jun 12