Home buying ranked as “most stressful” event in people’s lives



Most people are aware that buying a home is a confusing and complicated process, but a new survey from Homes.com shows that for many of us, it’s also the most stressful experience we’ll ever go through. Homes.com’s survey of 2,000 consumers found that 40 percent of Americans saying buying a new home is the “most […]

Consider these points if you’re going to buy a home from a smoker



Homeowners who smoke indoors could reduce the resale value of their property by as much as 29 percent, according to a new realtor.com survey.

Housing inventory shows signs of bouncing back



The National Association of Realtors says it’s optimistic the dwindling home sales that have plagued the real estate market this year could be about to reverse course in the coming months.

Innovation Fast Tracks Openlistings.com to Market Transforming Success



The all-in-one real estate platform at openlistings.com represents the next step in the home buying experience. Designed for the tech-savvy consumer, Open Listings lets members complete

5 Ways to Qualify For VA Renovation Loan



Everyone needs to do some developments here and there even when they already have everything in place. If you own a property, it is not a good idea to just leave it rotting

How to Find the Best Homes in Today’s Market



You are looking for a new home, but you are not really certain how to get the best house for your money. There are some tricks to finding the truly good deals at a great price.

The rise of buying homes “sight-unseen”



While most home buyers will still want to see a property in person before they buy, a growing number are increasingly turning to video call tours for an initial viewing in order to save time and money.

This Company is Changing How Homes are Bought and Sold



Selling a home is a hefty and time-consuming project. Realtor contracts, marketing, deadlines, home shows, improvements, negotiations,

3 good reasons to buy a home this year



An article in MagnifyMoney points out that one reason is that mortgage rates remain at historic lows,

Sellers are relying on “bump clauses” to fetch a better price on their homes



Sellers are increasingly adding in something known as a “bump clause” to their real estate transaction contracts, as a way of getting assurance that they’re receiving the best possible offer on their properties.

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