Archives for April 2014
Real estate is an emotional business, and home buyers can allow their feelings to interfere with the decision-making process, reports the New York Observor.
If you’re taking calls while driving, even on a hands-free device, the National Safety Council wants you to know that you’re taking a risk, despite what the majority of people believe.
A preliminary analysis of Chicago single-family homes suggests that real estate listings that include energy costs spend less time on the market and have a higher closing rate.
The two amenities luxury home shoppers want the most are a chef’s kitchen and a sprawling views, particularly of oceans, mountains, or cityscapes, according to a new survey by realtor.com.
Low inventories continue to plague housing markets across the country, as buyers face limited options and more bidding wars. But with home prices rising, more sellers are starting to put their homes on the market.