Alexandra Thomas Schwartz said that she did nothing wrong when leaving the Jill Schwartz Group, and is asking for millions in response to being sued
In the wake of Amazon's HQ2 announcement, agents say that some sellers in Virginia are waiting to list their properties while buyers at the lower end of the spectrum are having trouble competing for homes
The conventional wisdom is that the past month of nonstop rain should have put a damper on real estate sales, but, in fact, the opposite has happened
As the longest US government shutdown in history drags on, the portal is hosting a contest to cover February mortgage payments
The company will launch in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., in 2019, becoming the first of its kind to target the East Coast. Could New Hampshire be next?
A visit to the techie brokerage's office in the nation's capital yields a closer look at its new Redfin Concierge program and the influence it's having on the local competition
Karl Racine, Washington, D.C.'s first elected attorney general, addressed attendees at the National Association of Realtors' new iOi Summit, a tech conference
Operating in Philly and D.C., the company is raising its flat listing fee from $995 to $2,500, but courting millennials and their relatives with its new Houwzer Assist credit
Report from Black Knight says wage growth can't keep up with rising home prices
Washington, D.C and Baltimore offer two very different scenarios as the housing market heads into fall. Median home price in D.C. slightly dropped annually in September, according to MRIS housing data, while Baltimore home prices jumped 7.9 percent.
Is living down by the beach really worth the risk?
Urban Investment Partners announced the purchase of the 10-story building for $36 million
Austin ranks as the no. 5 top tech talent city thanks to local education and job growth