The top 10 easiest cities to secure a mortgage in the U.S.



It’s not easy securing approval for a mortgage these days, especially if you’re one of the millions of Americans that lacks a decent credit score

SMS Authentication: A (Simple) Key for Proving Real Estate Document Legitimacy



In real estate, the deal is never over until the paperwork is signed. But what happens if someone finds something wrong with transaction documents months after you’ve received your commission?

There’s never been a better time to invest in real estate



There has never been a better time than now to invest in real estate, says MarketWatch columnist Jeff Reeves in a new opinion piece.

Sales of existing-homes slump in July, lack of inventory to blame



Slowed by frustratingly low inventory levels in many parts of the country, existing-home sales lost momentum in July and decreased year-over-year for the first time since November 2015, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

TenantCloud makes renting simpler for everyone involved



New property management solutions for landlords and renters are two a penny, but the launch of TenantCloud means there’s a solution on the market that’s outstanding for both parties.

Real estate pros seize on Pokemon GO to promote their listings



The hit game Pokemon GO has become a key selling point for some real estate professionals.

Here’s how technology will enhance listings in the near future



The multiple listing services (MLS) remained unchanged for many years, but under heavy pressure from buyers, sellers, agents and brokers, the MLS is slowly beginning to welcome the benefits of modern technology.

Digital Realtor Roundup: Memphis, Tennessee



On the borderline in between Tennessee and Arkansas, Memphis is the largest and westernmost metropolis in the state, and the largest on the Mississippi River. Here is a roundup of local Realtors in Memphis serving buyers and sellers.

Choose your words carefully when posting your next listing



Everyone knows that listing agent’s public comments are useful for providing information about a property’s amenities, architecture and its neighborhood

The decline of America’s golf course communities



Interest in golf seems to be waning, with more than 800 courses having closed down in the last decade. And for those golf courses that remain open, many homeowners living nearby them have seen their property values tumble