Wellness features becoming a key factor for home buyers

Developers are increasingly viewing wellness features as a big selling point for buyers. Wellness was first incorporated into commercial real estate in order

Appraisal Foundation seeks to address labor shortage

The Appraisal Foundation’s Appraiser Qualifications Board is to ease the requirements for individuals to become an appraiser in order to combat labor shortages.

Falling fertility rates could lead to smaller homes

Fertility rates in the U.S. have fallen to their lowest level since records begun, and that means big changes in the future of residential real estate, according to one report.

4 ways Artificial Intelligence is impacting the real estate industry

But one thing that does change is the tools of their trade, and one that has massive potential is Artificial Intelligence.

Fifth Wall lays out plan to revolutionize real estate tech startups

Fifth Wall is a real estate tech accelerator with a plan of action.

LinkedIn & Zillow identify where to live to have more disposable income

There’s a good reason thousands of technology workers are flocking to Seattle: the math works out.

Why Trump will have a positive impact on real estate

U.S. infrastructure is falling apart, and President-elect Donald Trump has made it one of his top priorities to put it right.

Texas court blocks federal overtime law, impacts on real estate industry

The real estate industry has been given a temporary reprieve from new rules due to come into effect Dec. 1 that could potentially increase labor costs for employers.

Drones take off in the construction industry

The small size and high maneuverability of drones means they can capture clear and concise aerial surveys of a construction site.

Consumer demand for apartments rises in Q3

Apartment market conditions improved across all four indexes of the Q3 2015 National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) Quarterly Survey of Apartment Market Conditions.

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