Now you can live in your very own White House



Have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually live in the White House, and stroll down the corridors of power each morning with a cup of coffee in hand? Image credit: Realtor.com Well, your chances of living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue remain pretty slim, but there are a couple of alternatives in […]

Los Angeles want landlords to be more “pet-friendly”



Los Angeles’ city council is urging landlords to be more “pet-friendly” and has just voted unanimously on the issue. The idea is to help renters who’re often faced with a tough decision of whether or not to give up their pets in order to secure their ideal home.

Commuting From Depok Has Many Advantages



For those working in Jakarta who want to move away from some of the hassles of busy city life and save money on housing, Depok is a viable option.

Real estate listings that tell it like it is



Rather than try to make an ugly home sound good, some real estate pros are taking a different approach in their listings by keeping it real and proudly advertising a home’s shortcomings in the hopes of standing out from the crowd.

Skilled labor shortage hampers construction industry



Skilled labor continues to be an issue. The labor shortage is causing some contractors to turn down work or be very selective about the projects they pursue.

Small businesses still struggling with social media



Small businesses are still struggling to get to grips with the best marketing methods on social media, according to the latest 2016 State of Small Business Report.

5 Ways to Increase your Chances of Selling your Home this Winter



Since buyers may be less interested in buying, you need to make your a little more enticing. These are the five best ways to increase your chances of selling your home this winter.

Luxury home prices in Aspen, Beverly Hills & The Hamptons pick up pace



Luxury housing markets in areas like Aspen, Beverly Hills and The Hamptons are showing no sign of slowing down, and experts believe it’s a sure sign that economic worries aren’t deterring wealthy buyers from snapping up properties.

Here’s how loan officers should work with real estate pros



Real estate agents and loan officers should help to scratch each other’s backs, so to speak. After all, real estate pros can’t sell a home without the help of a loan officer, and loan officers need people to buy homes if they’re to stay in a job.