Last week at the National Association of Real Estate Editor’s (NAREE) conference, an award ceremony was held to honor some of the best real estate journalism published in 2015. The top award of the night — the Platinum Award — was given to Josh Salman of the Sarasota HeraldTribune, whose in-depth coverage of the EB-5 visa for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune earned him the prize.
A panel of Western real estate experts in Las Vegas discussed the trends making lake homes and resort homes a promising area for the industry
Four economists outlined what they think the housing market will do in 2017
Don't hold your breath for a recession anytime soon, says Cushman & Wakefield's global chief economist
The No. 1 challenge? Polarization and political uncertainty
Did you write a real estate book in 2015? You could win money and recognition from a prestigious journalism organization
Andrea V. Brambila and Teke Wiggin walk away with gold and silver awards, honorable mention
Experts say millennials aspire to homeownership, but will likely get there later than other age groups
Seasoned journalists talk shop at National Association of Real Estate Editors' spring conference
Demographic shifts, excess capital supply and rising interest rates top the list
Real estate editors honor Paul Hagey, Teke Wiggin with gold awards
Zillow exec says 'coming soon' will make off-MLS listings more 'transparent and egalitarian'
NAREE conference will cover online marketing, housing markets, sustainability and design
NAREE accepting work in 25 categories until March 1