6 useful tools to help you build real estate chatbots



Chatbots in real estate are nothing new, but until recently not many real estate professionals have been able to make use of them.

For-sale home inventory drops at fastest pace in 4 years, Zillow says



The number of for-sale homes hitting the market is dropping at its fastest pace in almost four years

Habitat For Humanity: Too many Americans lack safe, secure, and affordable housing



Most Americans and Canadians believe their governments aren’t doing enough to provide affordable housing for their populations, according to a new survey by Habitat for Humanity.

The most common rental scams today



RentHop has just published the results of a study on the most common rental scams, along with advice on how to avoid falling victim to them.

Fannie Mae makes it easier for borrowers with student debt to obtain a mortgage



Fannie Mae has altered its underwriting requirements in order to make it easier for would-be home buyers saddled with student debt to be able to qualify for a loan.

Survey: 77% of borrowers do not shop for the best deal on a mortgage



Mortgage comparison website FREEandCLEAR.com has published the findings of its first ever Mortgage Survey that provides insights into how borrowers select their mortgage lenders.

NAHREP ranks the top 250 Latino real estate professionals in the U.S.



The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals has announced its list of the top 250 real estate agents. The list serves to recognize “exceptional Latino real estate agents from around the country,” NAHREP said.

Decline in new home construction could cause “housing emergency”, says NAR economist



New home construction is on the decline following a strong start to 2017. The latest report from the Commerce Department shows that housing starts nationwide,

Housing affordability is a growing problem



Home prices in the U.S. surpassed their pre-recession peak in 2016, according to the latest State of the Nation’s Housing report, which was published on Friday by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. That might be good news for homeowners, but for those who’re yet to buy a property, rising prices could […]

Childcare costs undermines middle-class housing aspirations



Upper-middle-class families are more likely than low or upper-class families to rely on their extended family for childcare, according to the Zillow Housing Aspirations Report

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