The Obama administration is rapidly coming to an end, but that hasn’t stopped the White House incumbents from making one last push for states and municipalities to boost affordable housing.
With such a tense presidential election campaign, is it possible that the real estate industry’s recovery could be destabilized?
A new report from Trulia shows housing inventories fell for the fifth straight quarter, pushing home affordability further out of reach for more Americans.
The topic of genealogy is garnering interest among many Americans, and the trend is leading many to seek out their childhood homes and buy them once again
The NAR blamed low inventories and rising home prices for the decline, noting that the Northeast – an area where inventory levels are significantly higher – was the only region to see an increase in sales.
When searching for a home, everyone has their own unique requirements, and a home’s location can therefore be a major selling point.
Property managers might find a helping hand in the shape of CrowdComfort, whose product came about from an innovation challenge that asked: “What if people could use their smartphones to unlock inefficiencies in building and workplace management?”
CoreLogic had some good news for the economy in its latest equity report, revealing that just over 548,000 homeowners regained equity in the last quarter.
Commercial estate agents looking to bolster their online presence can do so with targeted advertising via Adwerx, a new web-based platform that gets your property or brand before the right audience with just a few clicks.