Kadre brothers launch real estate investing tech tool Cadre


Cadre, Kushner Brothers’ start-up company with Ryan Williams as Co-Founder and CEO, has been creating a lot of buzz online.

Why spring is the perfect time to move

Happy couple in their new home concept

Do potential sellers in your market need convincing? An article in CNNMoney recently highlighted several reasons why this spring would be the perfect time for home owners to get off the fence.

Existing home sales rise 7.5% year-on-year


Existing-home sales showed some improvement in February, but remain constrained by low inventories of homes for-sale that are pushing price growth to the fastest pace in a year

Consumers want affordable & tech-savvy agents


Consumers want their real estate agent to be tech-savvy and offer lower fees than their competitors, finds a new survey by the real estate brokerage Redfin of nearly 1,000 recent home buyers and sellers.

New apps enhance the hunt for commercial real estate


Thanks to new kids on the block, such as Hightower and Floored, infusing life into the commercial real estate industry, perhaps some of the biggest names in the business will step into the 21st century

Builders reveal biggest concerns for housing in 2015


Homebuilding continues to lag behind pre-recession levels, even as the economy shows gains and buyer demand is high. Why are builders still so cautious?

How solar panels can kill a home sale


Studies have suggested that the addition of solar panels on a home can boost a home’s value. But sometimes those solar panels can sabotage a deal when it comes time to sell.

How to create a marketing email your clients won’t ignore?


How do you stay out of your customers’ spam inbox and get your customers to click on your e-mails?

Ferguson, Mo., property prices crash by 50%, data shows

Ferguson protests

Home values in Ferguson, Mo., have plummeted nearly 50 percent since Michael Brown’s death, new housing data shows.

CoreLogic: 89% of US homes had equity in 2014


Eighty-nine percent of all U.S. properties with a mortgage — or about 44.5 million — had equity by the end of the fourth quarter of 2014, according to CoreLogic.