ProspectNow helps agents to find more clients

ProspectNow is hoping to change that by providing real estate agents with the tools they need to quickly and easily identify homeowners who’re likely to want to sell their properties within the next year.

Appraisers and homeowners now see eye-to-eye

Experts say that the gap between appraisers’ and homeowners’ estimations of their homes’ worth is getting smaller.
The two parties perceptions of value is getting closer, though homeowners still do tend to slightly overestimate the price of their home.

Californians could struggle to get housing insurance after wildfires blaze through the state

As wildfires continue to blaze in parts of southern California, officials fear that insurers will soon stop offering coverage for homeowners in the state.

DIY Tips for New Homeowners and First Time Buyers

Many new homeowners and first time buyers have something in common when it comes to DIY projects. They are anxious to get started making the home their own and bite

Report: Homeowners are putting off moving & building more equity

Most homeowners are delaying moving, with the typical seller living in his or her home for 10 years before deciding to sell, according to the National Association of Realtor’s 2017 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.

4 hidden benefits of owning a home

National Association of Realtor’s chief economist Lawrence Yun and economist Nadia Evangelou has revealed some of the hidden social benefits of homeownership.

Your Dream – Owning Your Home and Dreaming Forward

Your home is the place where you feel secure just relaxing or strategizing your next adventure to brand your mark on the world. Whether that adventure entails emotional or financial risk or both,

Tips for filing an insurance claim for Hurricane Harvey damage

Insurance companies in the U.S. are bracing themselves for tens of thousands of claims relating to damage caused by Hurricane Harvey earlier this week.

Soul-Searching Questions First Time Buyers Should Ask Themselves

Buying your first home is exciting, but an article in has pointed out that first-time buyers really need to ask themselves a few questions before committing to this major purchase.

Most homeowners affected by Hurricane Harvey don’t have flood insurance

The disastrous flooding that followed in the wake of Hurricane Harvey is likely to hit homeowners hard in the pocket.

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