Opinion
Buyers and agents are getting worn out in this extended seller's market. Here's how to help everyone cope
by Jeff Martel | Oct 3
More than 4 in 10 consumers believe commissions are too high, according to a new study from ShelterZoom
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jul 11
Do these tasks before putting a house on the market
by Bryan Robertson | Jul 7
NYC-based ShelterZoom wants to ease the process of making an offer with a website, app, and widget
by Ann-Marie Alcantara | Nov 9
Some say, 'A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush' while others insist on 'marketing until the ink is dry'
by Teke Wiggin | Mar 30
When sellers determine their asking price, they pick their competition
by Andrew Wetzel | Dec 2
And the biggest piece of reader advice: 'Listen to your real estate agent!'
by Marian McPherson | Nov 2
5 strategies for creating success in complex markets
by Barb Zuckerwise | Aug 3
Risks and rewards come with an auctioned home
by Dino Ascari | Jun 30
Opinion
Reverse engineering the house that Jack built
by Chip R. Bell | May 13
Why it's critical for any seller to listen to the market
by Joseph Rand | Apr 21
Brace yourself for the ride into the down market
by Sissy Lappin | Dec 14
Internet bidding has been successful in real estate since 2008, but distressed properties are the norm -- for now
by Robin Liu | Oct 29
Tips that will come in handy for your buyer
by Tim Burrell | Aug 14
Help your buyers close on the house of their dreams, even with competition
by Shali Tark | Mar 10